Opinion

Criticise those running for positions of power

March 20, 2019

More criticism of SU candidates and officers should be vocalised about their proposals and how suited they are to the roles. If we all sit back and regard candidates as just students trying to do their best, however true this may be, a popularity contest can instead prevail.

Students' Union

VP for Welfare and Equality: Cian Conroy

March 6, 2019

Cian Conroy is a humanities student who is in the running for Vice President for Welfare and Equality. His aim for the position is to let students know that he is approachable and that no

Sabbaticals

DCUSU Presidential candidate: Adam Healy

March 5, 2019

Commuter engagement, a healthy campus and a new disability officer are just three items on DCU Student’s Union Presidential Candidate, Adam Healy’s manifesto.

News

SU Elections 2017: Who, what, when and where?

March 22, 2017

Tomorrow is the final day in which you can cast your vote to elect the 2017/18 DCU Students’ Unions. Voting takes place online: in order to do so simply log onto Loop and click the

Features

What does the SU do for you?

March 22, 2017

According to Union of Students in Ireland (USI) the students’ union is an organised body of ‘willing would-be activists’ whose primary focus is defending the rights of the student, as well as enabling and furthering

Editorial

Editorial: Election season is upon us

March 21, 2017

Election season is upon us. Hustings, manifestos, posters, debates, campaign videos, free food, more posters, celebrity endorsements, cheesy slogans. Yes sir, it’s the annual Students’ Union elections.

News

Welfare: Flanagan on boosting the Irish language

March 9, 2015

Education and Training student, Mikey Flanagan proposes a bike scheme between DCU, St. Pat’s and Mater Dei. “Cycling is a low cost way to improve health and to be happier. If a student ever has

News

Welfare: Drea on exam stress and healthy eating

March 9, 2015

Katie Drea is a final year Contemporary Culture and Society student who proposes appointing a Welfare Officer for each of DCU’s clubs and societies “to make it easier for students to talk about their problems