The amount paid in library fines across the DCU Glasnevin and St Patrick’s libraries decreased by over €6,700 from 2016/2017 to 2017/2018.
A housing charity is moving elderly residents out of a housing complex deemed not fit for purpose and moving 18 students in, charging them over three times the rent the previous residents were paying.
Students appealing their Leaving Certificate examination results will no longer have to defer their higher education offer for a year due to the length of the appeals process, said on November 1st.
Over 20,000 Google employees participated in a walkout across 50 cities worldwide, including Dublin on November 1st, in protest of the company’s history of protecting executives accused of sexual assault.
A scheme to allow non-EU former students who held a valid student permission between 2005 and 2010 to remain in Ireland was opened to applicants on October 15.
Institute of technology students across all campuses in Ireland are being affected by industrial action being taken by staff.
The UK government has announced plans to tackle grade inflation after an unprecedented rise in first class degrees in the last decade.
The deportation order against DCU student Shepherd Machaya was extended by the Department of Justice and Equality until February 5th, 2019.
Over 20,000 people ran from Fitzwilliam Square through the Phoenix Park and back to Merrion Square to complete the Dublin marathon on Sunday, October 28th according to organizers.
A campaign has been launched to prevent the deportation of a DCU student who fears for his life should he have to return to Zimbabwe.
There is now a light at the end of the tunnel for students who have paid ever-increasing rent prices for student accommodation during the past few years.
Vodafone Ireland’s latest marketing campaign has been referred to as “creepy” and “sinister” after journalists were sent framed pictures of themselves that appear to be smashed on October 3rd.
A piece of legislation known as the Public Health Alcohol Bill was passed through all stages of the Oireachtas as of October 10th, over 1,000 days since it was first introduced.
NobelPeace Prize winner Nadia Murad has announced that she will donate her $500,000 (€432,650) winnings to helping survivors of sex crimes.
Trinity College has spent €184,000 in an effort to investigate the cyber-scam that saw the Trinity Foundation losing €790,741 on April 27th, 2017.
Child sexual abuse content reported online increased by 44 per cent last year in Ireland, according to statistics from Hotline.ie.
Former President Mary McAleese is to become a Professor of Children, Law and Religion at the University of Glasgow.
A series of apartment blocks and parking spaces a short distance away from DCU are set to begin construction next year.
A DCU study revealed that countries with greater press freedom have lower incidences of bribery involving public officials.
DCU President Brian MacCraith has called for universities to operate in a more entrepreneurial manner, in an effort to make the funding of third level education a more sustainable model.