Lead Story

Irish students forced to return home from Hong Kong

November 27, 2019

The Global Office at University College Dublin is “still deliberating on what to do next” in order to get their students who are currently studying in Hong Kong out of the region, according to a source in the office.

News

UCD students to vote on student centre levy

March 20, 2019

A referendum will be put to University College Dublin (UCD) students on whether a levy towards the students centre will continue past 2023, the university’s student newspaper University Observer reported on March 8th.

National News

Dr Nicky Bertollo wins innovation award for drug and vaccine patches

October 31, 2018

Dr Nicky Bertollo has won the 2018 University College Dublin (UCD) Allergan Innovation Award for the innovative potential within his research to develop a new microneedle patch design to improve drug and vaccine delivery of the skin, giving him a research bursary of €7,000 to allow him to bring his novel microneedle patch design to the next stage of development.

News

UCD staff divided over €14m staff club

October 3, 2018

Divisions have emerged in UCD between staff and students about the building of a private staff club costing €14 million, with confusion over funding.

University News

UCD ban sale of sugary drinks

June 28, 2018

The ban is the first of its kind in the country, in an effort to comply with the World Health Organisation’s “Healthy Campus” concept.

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Opinion

The impact of gender-neutral bathrooms

March 7, 2018

The idea of gender neutral bathrooms is for inclusion and equality, the idea that everybody, no matter your gender, can do their business in a place they feel safe and comfortable.

GAA

Carthy and DCU primed for UCD showdown

February 7, 2018

Niall Moyna’s DCU advanced to the Quarter Finals last Wednesday after a battling 1-07 to 0-07 over Dundalk Institute of Technology to set up a clash with old foes UCD in a repeat of the