Two teenage boys were mugged by a man claiming he had a knife, in Albert College Park next to DCU over the weekend.
Trinity College have experienced a 21 per cent drop in applications from Northern Irish students for the coming academic year. The fall is thought to be as a result of Brexit fears.
NUI Galway Students’ Union has filed a case against the student accommodation provider, Cúirt na Coiribe, through the Residential Tenancies Board.
DCU have extended its sympathies to the family and friends of Conor Morgan who died last Sunday while on holiday in Cyprus.
DCU has dropped 31 places in the world rankings of universities. Previously placed at 391st in the rankings, DCU now falls at 422nd.
DCU student and GAA player, Conor Morgan has died while on holiday in Cyprus with friends.
Ireland has voted to repeal the 8th amendment by 66.4% to 33.6%.
A preview of the new Student Centre today revealed the almost completed main auditorium area. The full building will be open for the coming academic year.
Students’ Unions across Ireland have directly registered 26,979 new student voters in the lead up to the Eighth Amendment referendum on May 25th, said the Union of Students Ireland.
A Bill has been introduced that will give students living in student accommodation the full protection of the Residential Tenancies Act.
The DCU Institute for Future Media and Journalism (FuJo) will lead a €3.9m project dedicated to the advancement and research of digital and data based journalism.
DCU students protested the increase in student accommodation prices outside Dáil Éireann today, alongside other students and representatives from Trinity College and USI.
DCU’s Philosophy Club discussed the 8th Amendment from a philosophical perspective at their biggest event to date on Wednesday, led by four guest speakers.
The launch of the new DCU student centre has been delayed until September, according to DCUSU President Niall Behan.
A working group has been set up in DCU to consider moving semester one exams to December, rather than late January.
Graduate nurses consider emigrating in search of better pay as they are struggling to afford the rising costs of rent in Ireland, according to the INMO.
DCU Research is creating an Irish sign language glossary for maths education.
DCU St. Patrick’s Campus received a record number of applications for primary teaching, according to recently released CAO figures.
Sixty Trinity students occupied the Dining Hall last Wednesday in an ongoing protest over supplemental fees of €450 being introduced for re-sit exams.
A Gender Identity and Expression policy for DCU is currently in the final stages of development and can be expected later this year, the head of the University’s Equality Office has said.