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DCU Dóchas Éireann lose Sigerson semi

February 9, 2023

UL 3-12 DCU Dóchas Éireann 0-12 UL knocked out DCU Dóchas Éireann from this year’s Electric Ireland Sigerson Cup following an impressive performance in Netwatch Dr. Cullen Park on Wednesday night. Inspired by second half


New online tool to report sexual assault in colleges

December 6, 2021

A new method for reporting sexual assaults in colleges has been launched. Entitled the ‘Speak Out’ project the new online tool allows staff, students and visitors to anonymously report incidents of sexual assault. Data collected

National News

UL take legal action against Irish Water

November 10, 2021

The University of Limerick has taken legal action against Irish Water due to water charges being placed on student accommodation. This comes as Irish Water plans to add an additional €106 to the rental costs.

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DCU reach O’Connor Cup semi but fall to old rival in UL

March 22, 2017

University of Limerick 1-15 DCU Dóchas Éireann 2-08 O’Connor Cup semi-final Senior ladies’ Gaelic football, at the college level, has been dominated by the University of Limerick for much of this decade. When they were

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DCU claim All-Ireland fresher glory in both codes

March 8, 2017

Dublin City University’s freshers teams in both Gaelic football and hurling tasted All-Ireland glory this past week. On Thursday, March 2nd, Eoin Roche’s hurlers lifted the John Corcoran Cup for the first time in the

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Ladies triumph over UL to claim final spot

December 2, 2015

DCU: 2-11 UL: 2-6 Thursday November 26th, 2015. DCU’s ladies Gaelic Football team qualified for the Division One final following a hard-fought semi-final win over the University of Limerick at St Clare’s in a 2-11

University News

UL applauded for move on counselling

October 28, 2015

New measures are being implemented at the University of Limerick (UL) that aim to combat the increasing number of students who are currently on waiting lists to receive counselling.

National News

University of Limerick in pay-off scandal

September 30, 2015

Two employees claim they were offered nearly€60,000 to resign from their jobs at the University of Limerick after they raised concerns about inappropriate money spending and financial mismanagement.