Gender quotas are set to become reality in the next general election in a bid to increase the numbers of female representatives – Fianna Fáil Senator Averil Power and Local Area Rep Laura Reid discussed this on a recent trip to DCU.
The family of murdered DCU student Nicola Furlong have traveled to Japan to attend the trial of the man accused of killing her. A Business and Japanese student at DCU, 21-year-old Nicola was studying on
Postgraduate degrees available in Ireland are of a weak standard compared to those offered elsewhere, a top Irish professor has said. Delivering an address as part of the Seamus Heaney Lecture Series in St. Patrick’s
DCU President Professor Brian MacCraith has called for the implementation of a digital learning strategy to ensure Ireland is not left behind in the “online education revolution”. Speaking in a keynote address as part of
A new Dublin-based programme aims to help young people beat unemployment and start their own enterprises. Occupation Transformation, an 18-week, FETAC-accredited course, is being run in conjunction with non-profit organisation PARTAS. Chief Executive of PARTAS,
Labour Party TD, John Lyons, hopes the recent increase in the student contribution charge won’t prevent students in his constituency from accessing third-level education. Speaking to The College View, the TD for Dublin North-West and
Gardaí are investigating an armed robbery which took place last Thursday outside the Hodges Figgis bookshop on campus. The incident occurred around 1:45pm as takings were being transported from the bookshop to a secure cash-in-transit
Marriage equality is an issue “not for the gay community alone”, according to Labour Party TD, Aodhán Ó’Riordáin. Speaking at a marriage equality talk organised by DCU’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Ally (LGBTA) society,