UCD seeks Chinese backers

February 16, 2022

University College Dublin (UCD) is seeking to strengthen its ties to Chinese funds, despite ongoing allegations that the Chinese government has influence over academic output by the university. The Business Post reported last Sunday that UCD tendered

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College plans €230m expansion to its four campuses

April 29, 2016

Dublin City University has announced a €230 million capital development plan which will see infrastructural improvements and an expansion across its four campuses over the next five years. The plans will see the student body


Vote not taken on Men’s GAA budget

December 4, 2013

The men’s football club failed to submit their funding application before the deadline meaning that no vote could be taken on the matter at the recent Term General Meeting of the CLC and SLC.

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List of CLC grant allocation figures for 2012-13

December 12, 2012

GAA Men €45,908.60 Hurling €20,031.20 Soccer Men €18,217.90 Tennis €16,952.80 Athletics €16,768 GAA Women €16,389.20 Rugby Men €13,564.13 Gymnastics and Trampolining €13,429.05 Surf n’Sail €12,239.16 Clay Target €10,995.72 Swimming and Waterpolo €10,730 Handball €10,206 Sub

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SU to consider options following referendum

November 28, 2012

Students’ Union Education Officer, Aaron Clogher said the SU will speak with various individuals and interest groups in the coming weeks to determine the approach the Union will take after DCU students voted for a

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Referendum on fees to be held this semester by DCUSU

October 17, 2012

DCU Students’ Union President, Paul Doherty, has confirmed a referendum on funding third level education is to be held this semester. Speaking to The College View, Doherty said: “it was mandated through student council that