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The Premier League returned to action today, June 17, after a lengthy delay of the season since early March due to the Covid-19 global pandemic.
Since the decision to close all institutes of education came into effect last month, many students have had to make the difficult decision to leave their college lifestyles and return home.
DCU Fencing has recorded one of their best tournament victories in the last few years as they took home Gold and Bronze in the Schull Novice Cup last week in UCC.
Student parents in DCU struggle to find time to study, integrate with their peers, and support their families while attending the university.
DCU Ladies Hockey team claim The Chilean Plate with a close 5-4 victory against CIT in the final in Kilkenny, alongside DCU Men who came runners up.
DCU Student Lynn Craven was among the successful Wexford Youths ladies team that ran out victors in the FAI Cup Final against Peamount United in the Aviva Stadium.
DCU student Lucinda Kinghan recently represented Ireland at the first ever 5v5 rugby X tournament in the O2 in London playing two matches against England and the USA.
Carlow Institute of Technology beat the DCU ladies’ rugby side with considerable ease as early scoring aided their way to a 40-27 win, despite a late surge for DCU.
DCU student Brian Ryan was part of the Irish team that came out on top in the annual Under 21 Hurling Shinty International clash with Scotland.
At age 15, Jack Cooley sat in a transition year sex education workshop and felt like a sexual pervert.
DCU and Shelbourne star Kate Mooney believes DCU can go a step further than previous years, and compete with some of the top college sides in the country, such as Carlow IT, or Maynooth.
The fashion industry is one so massive, that the extent of its effects are difficult to comprehend. Especially in countries like Ireland, buying from the fashion industry is a pillar of everyday life.
A new partnership between DCU and Glasnevin-based GAA club Na Fianna will provide DCU students with opportunities for paid partnerships, volunteering and cultural opportunities.
Sober October originally started as a fundraising opportunity, but its main purpose has now grown to mean much more to it’s participants.
Students from DCU took part in the Irish Powerlifting Federations Under-23 Junior National Championships.
DCU student Fiona Tully won both the Ladies Singles and Doubles Open tournaments at the Irish Collegiate Handball Association (ICHA) in Wexford last week.
DCU Volleyball is under new coaching staff this year, after Benny O’Regan, an Irish international volleyball player who coached the team for three years, moved to Waterford IT.