National News

DCU partner with I Wish to promote women in STEM

March 7, 2018

Over 5,000 students attended two workshops in Dublin and in Cork hosted by the I Wish initiative to encourage female secondary school students to choose careers in fields of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).

News

DCU support local Ballymun Kickhams with study help

March 7, 2018

DCU and Bank of Ireland (BOI) are working together to support Ballymun Kickhams GAA club by offering study support to leaving cert students. The student volunteers offer free tuition to the Ballymun leaving cert students

News

DCUSU Presidential Candidate: Vito Moloney Burke

March 7, 2018

Vito Moloney Burke is a third year business student, the current Chairperson for the DCU Society Life Committee, and is the only candidate in the running to be the next DCU SU President.

DCU News

DCU to host Body and Soul week

February 21, 2018

DCU’s Body and Soul week hopes to help students develop a positive self-image through events centred around body confidence and mindfulness.

Articles

Taoiseach plans more jobs for students post-Brexit

February 21, 2018

More third level students will be encouraged to learn foreign languages and go on Erasmus programmes in a new government plan.  The 2018 action plan launched by the Taoiseach hopes to build closer links with

University News

Are you getting it? – USI launches safe sex campaign

February 21, 2018

The Union of Students in Ireland launched a Sexual Health and Awareness Campaign last week, in collaboration with the HSE’s Sexual Health and Crisis Pregnancy initiative. The campaign, containing the “Are you getting it?” tagline, was

DCU News

Opt-In SU referendum petitions invalid

February 7, 2018

Referendums for an opt-in Students’ Union and a second vote on the college’s stance on abortion will not be going ahead, according to DCU Students’ Union president. The petition which called for a referendum was

Features

Bespoke wheels keep on turning: a student success story

November 15, 2017

College is said to be some of the best years of your life, yet its hurdles can be tough considering the responsibility weighing on your shoulders. This may include anything from assignment stress or worrying

No Picture
National News

Taoiseach dismisses UK and US style loan scheme

October 11, 2017

Leo Varadkar’s unclear plans for the proposed ‘Student Loan Scheme’ outraged the Union of Students in Ireland, who led the march for publicly funded education in Dublin on October 3rd. The Taoiseach ruled out the

National News

Dublin ranked 31st among best student cities

March 8, 2017

Dublin has ranked 31st out of 125 cities in the fifth edition of the QS Best Student Cities ranking. This ranking is a jump upwards of six places from the previous year. Dublin is the