Rise in number of cheating cases in DCU

October 12, 2022

Dublin City University reported 99 cases of plagiarism or cheating in the university between 2019 and 2021. Out of these cases, 73 of them were upheld with four students being stopped from re-registering for their course. 

DCU News

New bus route launched for DCU

June 2, 2022

A new bus route by Dublin Bus has commenced, to include a stop at DCU. The N4 bus route will call at DCU’s Collins Avenue stop on its journey between the Point Village and Blanchardstown

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Can the ceasefire babies build bridges through football?

April 13, 2022

The generation of ‘ceasefire babies’, those born around or after the signing of the Good Friday Agreement, was promised peace, prosperity and a ‘new’ Northern Ireland. Remarkably, peace (compared to what had gone before) was


Masks to be required in DCU buildings until March 21st

February 26, 2022

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


The College View joins the Media Production Society

February 16, 2022

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.

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Moby Move joins Dublin City Council cargobike scheme.

February 16, 2022

The electric bike hiring company Moby Move, based in DCU, has joined Dublin City Council’s pilot to get businesses to begin using bikes. The scheme is available for businesses based in Dublin, and they must

National News

The demand for passports surge

February 2, 2022

The backlog of passport processing has built up to over 30,000 applicants, according to Joe Hackett, the Secretary-General at the Department of Foreign Affairs. Only emergency passports were being processed for the last 18 months.