UCDSU passes new motion on abortion information
UCD Student Council passed motions on handing out free pregnancy tests and abortion information on campus on Tuesday, the 14th of November.
Should SU membership remain automatic?
UCD vote to impeach SU president
Minister launches €6.7 million climate change research initiative led by UCD
The minister of State for Community Development, Natural Resources and Digital Development has launched an investment of €6.7 million into a climate change research project called Acclimatize.
Should the UCD SU President be impeached?
In having the magazine reprinted, Ascough cost the student body €8,000 – the maximum fine for publishing such information is €4,000. Barry Murphy, UCD SU’s Campaigns and Communications Officer, alleged how difficult the Repeal campaign had been to run with Ascough as President and told the University Observer of disagreements with her over the repeal budget and class reps and “showed discomfort” with the placement of UCD for Choice in the Freshers’ tent.
UCD rejects petition to impeach SU President Katie Ascough
A petition by the University College Dublin student body to impeach current Students’ Union President Katie Ascough has been rejected by the union.
UCD ranks best of Irish universities for graduate employablility
University College Dublin (UCD) was the only Irish university to be placed in the top 100 universities for graduate employability, according to QS World University Rankings 2018.
Are arts degrees a waste of time?
As University College Dublin (UCD) announce a huge overhaul of all of their arts courses, in an effort to make their graduates more employable, the question is posed whether this improvement is enough.
NUIG becomes latest University to divest in fossil fuels
UCD Fashion Show producer defends use of just two black people in Black Civil Rights section
VP Welfare & Equality Candidate Padraig Henry: Reduction of off-peak library fines, working with Campus Residences and accommodation pages for Erasmus students
Opinion: Students say ‘no’ to consent classes
UCD consent classes cancelled due to lack of interest
UCD end DCU’s Ashbourne Cup hopes with stunning second half performance
DCU owed thousands through unpaid fees by students
UCD President proposal
There has been backlash among the students and staff of UCD following the President of UCD, Andrew Deeks’ proposal to remove Latin from UCD degrees and graduation ceremonies.
UCD President in favour of third-level loan scheme
UCD President Andrew Deeks said that he would be in favour of a loan-scheme system solution to the existing problem of third level funding in Ireland.