SU Elections 2018

DCUSU Clubs Officer candidate: Thomas Dorian

March 7, 2018

Thomas Dorian is a second year English and History student and the current Clubs Officer for DCU Students’ Union.  Dorian hopes to be re-elected for a second term and is the sole candidate running for


Irexit: The next political movement?

February 21, 2018

Brexit and Donald Trump’s presidential campaign were broadly viewed as a sort of populist uprising against the political establishment. 

National News

UCC to give refugees full scholarships

February 7, 2018

University College Cork has been granted the status of “University of Sanctuary” and will provide seven asylum seekers and refugees with full scholarships from September.

National News

Making Cents: Consumers urged to use gift cards early

November 29, 2017

As the Christmas shopping season kicks into high gear, consumers buying gift cards and vouchers have been warned to use them up early to avoid falling victim to overly restrictive terms and conditions.


Soothe the winter itch

November 22, 2017

Winter weather can cause chaos with your skin, especially if you suffer from itchiness or eczema. Shauna Coen looks at how to prevent and soothe any irritation this winter.


Paris in Autumn

November 1, 2017

Shauna Coen spent a weekend in Paris this month and has put together the top things to do in the parisian city in Autumn.

Students' Union

Brendan Power SU Spread

September 27, 2017

As the new academic year begins and students throng the campus grounds, Brendan Power, the new VP for Academic Affairs spoke to The College View about his plans for the months ahead.

Students' Union

James Donoghue SU Spread

April 19, 2017

As the college year comes to an end, former Education Officer and current Academic Affairs Officer, James Donoghue, spoke to The College View about his experience working with the Student Union over the past year.

DCU News

NI students may face increased fees after Brexit

April 5, 2017

Nine months after Britain voted to leave the EU, Prime Minister Theresa May triggered Article 50 on Wednesday and formally served divorce papers on the European Union, a decision that would severely impact many areas