Graduation caps falling in the ranks
The Laborious Adventures of Bad TV
Trinity College secure €100m loan from EIB
Trinity College has received a €100 million loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB) for a period of 30 years.
Steamed passengers puts Iarnród Éireann off track
Irish rail has set up an alcohol ban on four of their rail services following “constant complaints” of antisocial behaviour.
BUDGET 2019: Social Welfare
BUDGET 2019: Justice
DCU unveils long awaited student centre
Shanowen Spar closed due to arson attack
Gardaíare currently investigating an arson attack which occurred at the Shanowen Square Spar on Saturday morning.
Are consent classes effective?
Too often in education we are simply taught that 2+2=4. You write it down in your copy and don’t think about it until memorising it the night before the test. By opening up the classroom to questions and opinions on consent, with a qualified teacher to moderate, students would be more engaged and more likely to listen and take in what’s being discussed.
Over 13 per cent of Undergrads failed an exam last semester
During the first semester, 13.29 per cent of undergraduate students failed an exam in DCU, according to an FOI request.
Are vigilante paedophile hunters hidden heroes?
DCUSU Oifigeach na Gaeilge candidate: Sorcha Ní Chonghaile
Sorcha Ní Chonghaile is a first year B.Ed student and one of only two candidates running for the position of Oifigeach na Gaeilge on next year’s DCUSU.
Young women more likely to have degrees than male peers
Young women are more likely to have a third-level qualification than young men, new figures show.
Alternative lecturer offered after Trinity professor’s remarks on FGM
A new lecturer will be provided for Trinity students offended by their lecturer’s remarks on Female Genital Mutiliation (FGM).
Additional funding for Clubs and Socs who engage with Alumni
When music fights back
Students frustrated with the hidden fees of J-1 agencies
Hidden fees and strict rules are making working in America on a J-1 increasingly difficult for Irish students.
Leo’s homelessness comments show a lack of sympathy
DCU Student found with nearly €4000 worth of narcotics
Gender equality conference to be held in Ireland next year
Ireland will host the 10th European Conference on Gender Equality in Higher Education next year in Trinity College.
Hubby McHubface among names for new student centre
The DCU Students’ Union want you to help them name the new student centre.
DCU tops the table in female academia
DCU is the leading university in Ireland for female academia, according to figures released in a report by the Higher Education Authority (HEA).
Ireland will accept 330 additional refugees this year
Ireland plans to resettle an additional 330 refugees in 2018, Minister for Justice and Equality Charlie Flanagan announced on Friday.
UCD rejects petition to impeach SU President Katie Ascough
A petition by the University College Dublin student body to impeach current Students’ Union President Katie Ascough has been rejected by the union.