University News

DCU offers Lego workshops for variety of ages

October 11, 2017

Dublin City University are now offering Lego workshops for all ages in their newly built Lego Innovation studio situated on St. Patricks Campus, Drumcondra. The ‘Learnit’ Academy will use this interactive learning hub to carry out

National News

Pay gap for Irish Graduates wider than in Europe

September 27, 2017

The pay gap of Irish graduate students is much wider than that of European students, it has been found. The Education at a Glance report 2017 shows benefits for Irish graduate students as the Oireachtas

National News

Taoiseach Launches Four New World-Class Research Centres

September 27, 2017

The Taoiseach has announced the launch of four new Science Foundation Ireland Research Centres which will have close collaborations with Dublin City University. The new research centres will receive an investment of €74 million from

Students' Union

Brendan Power SU Spread

September 27, 2017

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.

University News

Ecstasy use among Students at an all-time high

April 19, 2017

Gardaí fear that ecstasy use among second and third level students has reached an all-time high. Last week, a 22-year-old college student was left in critical condition in Sligo University Hospital following a night out

DCU News

It Stops Now campaign comes to DCU

April 19, 2017

DCU has lent official support for the It Stops Now campaign which aims to prevent sexual harassment and violence in third level education.

Students' Union

James Donoghue SU Spread

April 19, 2017

As the college year comes to an end, former Education Officer and current Academic Affairs Officer, James Donoghue, spoke to The College View about his experience working with the Student Union over the past year.

University News

New app to help students get home safely

April 19, 2017

A new student service, Dash (Driving All Students Home), is making its way across the country by allowing students to get taxis even when they have no cash, bank card or phone on them while

University News

Number of applications for Mentorship Programme Increases

April 19, 2017

The DCU structured mentorship programme received nearly twice as many applicants this year than in 2016 says Head of DCU careers services, Yvonne McLoughlin. The programme, which aims to pair second-year students with alumni mentors

Gaeilge

Gnó na Síoige Fiacla

March 22, 2017

Thosaigh an tsraith smaointe seo ag an deireadh seachtaine. Bhí mé féin agus mo Mham ag cur caoi éigin ar an gcistin nuair a thit rud éigin ar an urlár. ‘Céard é sin?’ arsa Mam.

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Articles

Laochra Spóirt Inár Measc

March 22, 2017

Is athfhoilsiú é an t-alt seo ó Scáthán 2017 Brú, brú, brú de shíor. Léachtaí, staidéar, tionscadail, scrúduithe—agus fós tá mic léinn inár measc a bhfuil cáil orthu as éachtaí iontacha spóirt, ceoil nó imeachtaí

Students' Union

New SU Centre opens on St. Patrick’s Campus

March 8, 2017

A new permanent Students’ Union Centre opened up on St. Patrick’s Campus DCU in block D as a result of the Incorporation Programme, which included an integration of DCU’s Glasnevin and St. Patrick’s Student Unions.

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National News

LIVE: Budget 2015

October 14, 2014

Join us today for Budget 2015 coverage, where we will have up-to-the-minute details on everything from Leinster House, both here and on our Twitter (@thecollegeview).

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Opinion

‘Labyrinth, come in’

April 22, 2014

Prior to the referendum initiated in 2012 by DCU Sinn Fein, the word ‘Labyrinth’ would have evoked an image of a 25-year-old U.K rapper responsible for hits such as Earthquake and Beneath Your Beautiful among

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Lifestyle

30 Thoughts For 30 Days

October 23, 2013

It takes three weeks of relentless routine for something to become a habit. Take a look at our 30 thoughts for 30 days for a new outlook on life.