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

Opinion

How far have we come with youth politics?

November 30, 2016

Michelle Martin discusses the younger generation’s involvement in politics in recent years from BREXIT to the US Presidential Election and the Repeal the Eighth campaign.

Articles

Live: Budget 2017

October 11, 2016

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan will publish his sixth budget this afternoon. With persistent leaks to the press throughout the weak, not many surprises are expected but whether or not it will be passed on

Opinion

Dublin Bus strike leaves students stranded

September 28, 2016

Recent Dublin Bus strikes have left many commuters without service. As someone who relies on the company on a daily basis, Aoife Marnell discusses how the bus strikes have affected her and how the bus strikes have caused more of an inconvenience than anything else.

Features

University degree holders more likely to get married and have kids

March 23, 2016

College students have always been pinned as some of the most progressive in society. Universities attract bright people, who, for the most part, are ambitious and motivated to work. They are places that foster political activism and encourage liberal stances on social issues. Just over a month ago, an overwhelming majority of DCU students voted in favour of the SU taking a pro-choice position on abortion.

DCU News

DCU students fight against fees

February 10, 2016

The DCU ‘Students Againsts Fees’ movement discussed their plan on spreading their message to the student body in their launch meeting last Monday.

Debate

The Great Debate: Unpaid internships are worth the experience

November 18, 2015

It is a known fact that internships are a great addition to any CV or LinkedIn profile. Regardless of pay having an impressive internship can put you ahead of your competitors, as it shows determination, dedication and a good work ethic.

Features

Travel and learn with a local’s point of view

September 30, 2015

Travelling is s a huge part of an Irish student’s summer, whether it’s a J1 Stateside or working for a club in the sun, there is no denying that it hasn’t crossed a student’s mind at least once.