DCUSU’s newly elected Irish Language Officer, Sorcha Ní Chonghaile has denied allegations that she tore down posters promoting DCU’s Repeal launch last year.
The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) are concerned that any delays finalising the wording of the Eighth Amendment referendum would mean that students will be left unable to vote.
Two NUI Galway students were hospitalised after taking a “bad batch” of drugs.
Influence on state run primary schools by the Catholic church is clearly represented in research by the School of Education at NUI Galway.
Students who are hoping to do a J1 this Summer are being urged to book early to ensure their place on the popular summer programme.
Certification Europe accredited DCU as being fully compliant with the International Energy Management Standard last Thursday.
Most advertising for substandard accommodation is found on social media groups, according to an RTÉ Investigates programme, which aired on November 2nd.
DCU is the leading university in Ireland for female academia, according to figures released in a report by the Higher Education Authority (HEA).
More DCU students received the influenza vaccine in 2017 than in previous years, according to the campus pharmacy.
The minister of State for Community Development, Natural Resources and Digital Development has launched an investment of €6.7 million into a climate change research project called Acclimatize.
Trócaire has created an animated video which tells the migration stories of an Irish girl and a Syrian boy.
Minister Paschal Donohoe announced a €47.5million increase in funding for education in this year’s budget.
Universities in Northern Ireland are considering creating joint academic posts with institutions in the south, including DCU, to combat implications imposed by Brexit.
Four female lecturers in NUI Galway are supposedly under pressure to accept a settlement after a gender discrimination dispute.
The Union for Students in Ireland (USI) aims to increase the representation of postgraduate students in 2018.
The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) has launched a campaign with teachers’ unions to eliminate the costs for student teachers on class placements which is a mandatory aspect of their course.
As the new academic year begins and students throng the campus grounds, Brendan Power, the new VP for Academic Affairs spoke to The College View about his plans for the months ahead.