DCU aiming for hurling pinnacle after incredible 2017/18 season
Mosney residents, rookies and DCU Basketball ‘let off steam’ in 3v3 battle
DCU Basketball’s mixed 3v3 tournament brought a little March Madness to the Glasnevin campus, and a welcome trip for residents of the Mosney Accommodation Centre.
DCU Ladies basketball make statement after big win in Division A final
The DCU Ladies basketball side became All-Ireland A League Champions with a thumping 74-44 win over Ulster University in Carlow last Wednesday.
DCU Basketball Mixed 3v3 Tournament to return in aid of MELLIE Project
After a successful first run last year, the DCU Basketball Mixed 3v3 Tournament is returning next Tuesday with a slight twist, as the club have partnered with the MELLIE Project.
Thornton reflects on “amazing” tries as Ireland Students power past Scotland
Two tries from DCU’s Patrick Thornton helped the Ireland Students side to a 33-17 win over their Scottish counterparts at the University of Edinburgh on Sunday.
DCU to partner with Europe’s largest co-working network
Europe’s largest co-working network will open their new digital innovation hub in the DCU Alpha innovation campus in Glasnevin in September – the first partnership of its kind in Europe.
“Pure elation” for champion Ryan Farrell as DCU return to the top table
A first competition in four years beckoned for DCU table tennis club – but after only being reformed early in the semester, they surely couldn’t leave a significant impact.
Digitising tax system called counterproductive by DCU Students
Shifts towards digitising the PAYE tax system in Ireland have been described as “futile” and “counterproductive” by DCU students.
DCU and Shelbourne announce sponsorship deal
Shelbourne FC will bare the logo of DCU on their jerseys next season as the League of Ireland First Division side have announced a partnership with the university.
DCU Cycling Club selling cycling kit for all students and staff
DCU Cycling Club will be hosting a slale of cycling gear that is open to the whole college.
DCU strong enough to be champions in Gavin Kearney’s final year
Gavin Kearney missed out on DCU’s penalties loss to UCD in the CUFL Division One Semi-Finals due to a concussion.
‘I can’t ask any more of the players’ – Declan Roche commends squad commitment after Collingwood Cup semi-final exit
DCU Soccer manager Declan Roche was full of praise for his players after falling to eventual winners UCD in the Collingwood Cup semi-finals.
“Everything is on in this tournament” – Declan Roche
DCU soccer manager Declan Roche is targeting a first Collingwood Cup victory for the university in the upcoming showpiece tournament.
DCU to host Harding Cup for first time
DCU are set to host the 2018 Rustlers Irish Universities Football Union Harding Cup for the first time in the college’s history.
Late O’Sullivan strike leaves University of Limerick licking wounds as DCU progress to CUFL league semis
DCU 2 UL 1 College & Universities Football League Premier Division quarter-final An 87th minute winner from Alan O’Sullivan saw DCU overcome UL in their CUFL Division One quarter-final match in St. Claire’s on Wednesday afternoon.
Freshers Basketball “over the moon” with second All-Ireland title in three years
DCU Men’s Freshers Basketball coach Gavin Doyle said claiming the All-Ireland Freshers title in his first outing as a coach was an “incredible feeling”.
DCU women’s volleyball claim intervarsity plate title
DCU women’s volleyball side triumphed in the plate competition in the Irish Volleyball Intervarsities at the Mardyke Arena in University College Cork.
DCU Hockey enjoy double success at intervarsities as Sarah Torrans makes Ireland debut
Colleges and Universities football side receive first-ever international caps
The Republic of Ireland’s Colleges and Universities side received their first caps in their history at a special event during the FAI Cup Finals day last Sunday.
London calling for DCU boxing’s Ceire Smith
Ceire Smith is in a better place than most to talk about the progress that DCU boxing has made over the past year – considering she spent it in Australia.
O’Byrne Cup exit for Freshers Rugby
UCDSU officer calls for investment in education
A lack of investment in third-level education has led to a drop in respect for Irish degrees worldwide, according to UCDSU’s Education Officer.
No commitment to anything in third level budget worrying, say student activists
Budget 2018 will leave students with “not a lot to be happy about,” according to the President of the USI.