DCU News

SU propose to extend library opening hours

December 4, 2013

DCU’s Education Officer is proposing a student volunteer initiative based on American colleges in the hope of extending library opening hours, as writes Ciara Moore.

National News

Low turnout for youth budget cuts demonstrations

November 6, 2013

The USI President has played down the significance of low turnouts at recent demonstrations against harsh Budget 2014 cuts to supports for those aged under 25, as Ruth Marnell reports.

DCU News

SHAG Week: A Social Round-Up

October 23, 2013

SHAG week took place on DCU campus last week, when inflatable penis pinatas, sexperts and sex comedians rolled into town to provide students with good-humoured advice and information.

No Picture

All third-level graduates to have vote for Seanad

October 23, 2013

Following the vote to retain the Seanad, Taoiseach Enda Kenny will extend the right to vote in elections for the Seanad to graduates of all Irish third-level institutions, as Bryan Grogan reports.

DCU News

DCUtv present annual 24-hour broadcast

April 24, 2013

DCUtv, sponsored by Bank of Ireland, presented their annual 24-hour broadcast in aid of the Make a Wish Foundation between April 19th and April 20th 2013


Review: Roses – The Cranberries

March 13, 2012

Love and longing: Two things Dolores O’Riordan did very well before The Cranberries imploded over 10 years ago. Originally rising on a tide of alternative melancholy-ridden songs, the band soon morphed into a wannabe, stadium