Lifestyle

Mask-ulinity

April 19, 2017

Our new Deputy Lifestyle Editor, Adam Daly sheds light on the struggles men face dealing with their level of masculinity.

Features

Are arts degrees a waste of time?

April 5, 2017

As University College Dublin (UCD) announce a huge overhaul of all of their arts courses, in an effort to make their graduates more employable, the question is posed whether this improvement is enough.

Music

How Overhead, The Albatross made a Choice-nominated album

March 8, 2017

There’s a soft laugh over the phone. “Yeah, I guess we’re perfectionists in one way,” Stevie Darragh of Overhead, The Albatross tells me. That much is clear. It’s that perfectionism that allowed the Dublin instrumentalists

DCU News

Survey results- This is exactly what students said about the Incorporation

February 13, 2017

Last week, The College View released the results of a survey conducted to gauge the attitude of students to the Incorporation of DCU, CICE, St Patricks College and Mater Dei Institute. Out of 148 respondents, 51 per cent said the incorporation had negatively impacted their college experience. Read the full story here or watch our video.

Lifestyle

Valentine’s Day Gift Guide

February 8, 2017

Valentine’s day is just around the corner bringing with it the stress of trying to figure out what to buy your significant other. If you’re unprepared for the upcoming occasion don’t panic because writer Bronwyn

News

DCU signs partnership agreement with Intel

January 26, 2017

DCU and Intel have signed an agreement this week which will see the two organisations collaborate on talent development and advanced technologies, strengthening their long-standing partnership.

GAA

Inexperienced Dublin overcome DCU in O’Byrne Cup

January 8, 2017

Dublin 1-15 DCU 0-11 O’Byrne Cup Round One Dublin opened 2017 with a win at Parnell Park against a significantly weakened DCU side on Sunday, January 8th in an intriguing contest that saw Dublin’s full

Features

On Journalism, Networked Advocacy and Post-Truth

January 5, 2017

Digital technologies and the pervasiveness and wide accessibility of the internet have fundamentally transformed the way journalists and advocates function. Because of the speed at which technology is advancing – and therefore the nature of

Features

Homeless children deserve Christmas too

November 30, 2016

It was ten years ago when Laura spent a year and a half in a homeless shelter with her mam. She lived in Hedigans in town, it has three stories and had families, of up

DCU News

Staff member ‘made homeless’ following Incorporation

November 30, 2016

A DCU member of staff and their son were made homeless following the Incorporation Programme, which saw the Church of Ireland College of Education among others amalgamate into the university this year, according to TD