DCU Students’ Union has said they condemn the decision of Wiley, an educational publishing company, to revoke access to over 1300 of their eBooks from university libraries across the country, including DCU. These books, according
The Chief Operations Officer of DCU has confirmed to students that the University will continue to require masks indoors in all buildings until March 21st. Declan Raftery sent this update in an email to all
It has been confirmed that The College View, DCU’s student newspaper, will become a new part of the Media Production Society. The amalgamation was signed off during an EGM of the Society in late January.
This Student Union election season is turning out to be quite the interesting one, with four of the five full-time positions seeing only one candidate running for the role. The only exception is VP for
Out of the five full-time positions, VP for Wellbeing is the only contest that actually has some proper competition. With four candidates for the job, it will be a more difficult choice for the student
Since the last issue of The College View was released before Christmas, a lot has changed. As a result, a new campaign has started to change the way the state examinations are conducted, for the third year in a row.
Students in Trinity College Dublin are finally experiencing a reopening of facilities, and a return to full capacity lectures, labs and tutorials. Since November 1st, the city-centre campus has been welcoming back students for the
F ollowing a week of alterations to the Government’s reopening plan, and disappointments to some of the continuation of social distancing and mask wearing in most areas, some changes to the DCU experience will bring
The Health Service Executive (HSE) has confirmed to The College View that 3500 people availed of Covid-19 vaccines as part of a week-long campaign to boost youth vaccination rates. ‘Vaccination Week’ was a campaign
Students of NUI Galway have aired concerns over where they stand on assignment work and accessing course material following a cyberattack that resulted in the shutdown of their online systems. According to an email sent
DCU has appointed former NGO advocate and current chair of the Irish Cancer Society Brid Horan as the new Chancellor of the university. The appointment was made at the first meeting of DCU’s new Governing
DCU has linked up with ride hailing app Free Now to help carry out the trial in the use of e-scooters around campuses. This latest collaboration with the transport service company will allow DCU students
This past week has undoubtedly been one of the most hectic weeks in this Covid-19 pandemic, following announcements about indoor hospitality and vaccinating younger people. First, on Monday, speaking in a lunch-time address to the
Dublin City University has taken a strong hit in the worldwide leaderboard of the best universities. Data from the QS World University Rankings 2022 showed that DCU has suffered a steep fall of 51 places,
For the past 11 years, the DCU Media Production Society (MPS) has been known to do the impossible, by keeping their members awake, willingly or otherwise, for an entire twenty-four hours to simply create content
Final preparations are underway for DCUfm’s first “out of studio” 12 Hour Broadcast, which takes place from 10am to 10pm this Friday, 16th April. The twelve-hour broadcast has taken place since 2012, however it will