National News

Irish businesses falling behind in AI

October 31, 2018

Humans are crucial in the development in AI, with research indicating that companies that put an emphasis on emotional intelligence have better success in adopting AI.

National News

EU and Singapore strengthen ties

October 31, 2018

The EU and Singapore have signed three Agreements: the EU-Singapore Trade Agreement, the EU-Singapore Investment Protection Agreement and the Framework Agreement on Partnership and Cooperation, according to a press release by the European Commission.

Articles

DCU’s journey in playing catch-up

October 3, 2018

The constant rustle and bustle in construction works on campus sees no end as President MacCraith announces new STEM building to begin construction in 2019

Opinion

Thirteen Billion reasons why

October 18, 2017

Essentially over the last decade the Irish government have given Apple an unfair tax advantage. While everybody else has to pay their dues Apple have been allowed to pay less in taxes, so much less that this number has accumulated to €13 billion.

DCU News

Faculty reps given late notification for DCUSU election hustings

April 5, 2017

Students running for Business Faculty Representative were notified less than 24 hours before their hustings during this year’s Student Union elections. Newly elected Business Faculty Representative Bryan Mulry explained that he was told he would

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DCU News

Convenors could face impeachment

November 28, 2012

Two Students’ Union Convenors accused of breaching SU rules will find out on Wednesday evening if they could be removed from their positions. Science & Health Convenor Sarah ‘Flano’ Flanagan and Business Convenor Neil Mulhern