Students are disengaged with University politics

February 10, 2021

Due to unforeseen circumstances regarding Covid, many DCU students said they are less  interested in student elections and class representatives. Because they are absent from campus,  they do not feel the benefits of the Student Union. 

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DCUSU host Trade Union Week

November 27, 2020

“Know your rights, know when you’re being treated fairly and unfairly in a job, know there are unions you can join that will support you,” said Lucien Waugh-Daly, DCU Student Union’s Vice President for Academic Affairs, when asked for what he wanted students to take away from Trade Union Week.


Black History Month: A significant year to celebrate Black History

October 28, 2020

The rise of the Black Lives Matter Movement during the summer of 2020, has shown the world the reality of racism and police brutality towards people of colour. This Black History Month gives us the opportunity to honour the movements work towards racial equality.


The USI launch #EducationForAll campaign

October 14, 2020

The USI launched the #EducationForAll campaign in hope to highlight students’ experiences with fees and accommodation and demand a total reform of the current systems in place.

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New sabbatical officers condemn DCU’s rent increases

March 18, 2020

The DCUSU Elect have strongly criticised the recent decision taken by the DCU management to increase the cost of on-campus accommodation calling the decision disgraceful and unfair for the students they will represent.