Homeschooling during lockdown is putting a strain on relationships between parents and children, a survey has found.
Running for DCU Student’s Union’s (DCUSU) Vice President for Community and Citizenship, Ross Boyd is a final year student studying Social Sciences and Cultural Innovation, with his main goals involving advocacy and awareness.
Eliott Grennan is running unopposed for Clubs Officer, a second year Aviation Management student, who believes he has a drive to make clubs more inclusive.
Terence Rooney is one of three candidates for President of DCU Students’ Union (DCUSU) 2021/22.
First year student, Oisín McGovern is running unopposed for the part-time Societies Officer position in the DCUSU elections.
Current DCU Students’ Union (DCUSU) Vice President (VP) for Welfare and Equality, Dean O’Reilly is campaigning to be the next VP for Wellbeing.
Improving INTRA, making lectures more engaging, including more options at careers fairs and the return of Shite Nite.
DCU Redbrick along with computing societies from nine other Irish universities ran Student’s Inter-Society Tech & Enterprise Meetup (SISTEM) 2021, an online tech conference for students, on Saturday, February 20th.
DCU has announced the introduction of six new undergraduate courses and four new specialisms for September 2021.
DCU Students’ Union (DCUSU) held the first two of three Zoom workshops in partnership with Women for Election, a not-for-profit organisation supporting women in politics.
One in four family owned Irish businesses are worried about losing control over their business within the next six months because of Covid-19, according to a recent study.
Research from the National Anti-Bullying Centre in DCU found that almost half of surveyed secondary students have been frequently asked to send sexually explicit messages (sexts).
The Minister of Further and Higher Education, Simon Harris has announced the formation of a working group dedicated to enhancing the wellbeing of third-level students.
A quarter of North-East Dubliners have experienced drug related intimidation according to a report published on January 26th.
Rotunda Hospital and the Coombe Hospital have confirmed that they gave unused Covid-19 vaccines to relatives of their staff and to members of their local communities.
In a statement, the Irish Universities Association (IUA) said that universities are conscious of the uncertainty students are facing and have therefore planned to begin semester two of the academic year predominantly online.
The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) have launched a virtual campaign for international students within Ireland.
Last week a campaign began to put an end to image based sexual abuse (IBSA), or what is sometimes known as “revenge porn,” in Ireland.