National News

Sinn Féin U-turn no confidence vote

February 1, 2023

Sinn Féin u-turned on their call for a vote of no-confidence of Minister for Public Expenditure, Paschal Donohoe, last week after the party had to correct their 2020 election expenses again.


Government votes against bill to abolish third-level fees

March 25, 2021

The bill was proposed by the government’s opposition party People Before Profit, to remove barriers to higher education by abolishing third-level fees so that everyone who wants to access higher education has the same chance. 

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Government announces Budget plans for education

October 11, 2017

We spoke to the major political parties about what they hope to achieve in this year’s budget in relation to third-level institutes. Now that the budget has been released here are their hopes so we

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News Features

Are we forcing women into politics?

March 19, 2014

This year’s local elections will be the last without an imposed female gender quota. The College View examines the affect this policy could have and whether it really is fair.


Budget 2014: Budget of sacrifice

October 23, 2013

Chairperson of DCU Young Fine Gael, Paul Henry gives his reaction to the goverment’s budget for the coming year announced last week.

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National News

DCU graduate could become youngest member of Dail

March 20, 2013

DCU graduate, Helen McEntee, feels she shouldn’t be penalised because of her family name as she prepares to run in the Meath East by-election for Fine Gael. Speaking to The College View, McEntee says that

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University News

Ballyfermot students petition for grants

March 6, 2013

Almost 1,000  people have signed a petition aimed at getting level 8 degree courses in Ballyfermot College recognized by the Irish grant system. Ballyfermot’s BA in Media Production Management is awarded through DCU and so