The third DCUtv 24 hour broadcast took place over the weekend from Friday night until Sunday morning. The event was in aid of the Make-a-Wish foundation and raised €2,500 in total.
The stress of college life has been quite a hot topic over the last number of years. And if you think about it, it’s not hard to understand why.
19-year-old Richard Hinds from Tennessee has been sentenced to a maximum of 10 years in prison for the murder of Wexford native, Nicola Furlong, in Tokyo last May.
STUDENTS and staff at Dublin City University are still awaiting the result of tests that were carried out last week following a declared outbreak of the disease tuberculosis. Following the discovery of two non-contagious cases of the disease, over 150 people at the college have been tested by the HSE’s TB unit.
Earlier this week, the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation announced DCU’s forthcoming plans to help drive the green economy on a regional and international level.
A suspected €1000 was stolen from Dublin City University’s (DCU) campus bookstore, Hodges Figgis, yesterday afternoon.
As you walk through the revolving doors of the award-winning sports complex, you are greeted by the slogan: ‘DCU – THE HOME OF CHAMPIONS’. Over the past decade, Dublin City University has been home to some of the finest athletes this country has seen; it is a modern hub of sporting excellence and one of the leading third-level sporting institutions in Ireland. From All-Ireland GAA champions, to national super-middleweight boxers, there has never been a shortage of talent attending the north-side university.
Deciding which society to join in college can be difficult. There are just so many and it’s hard to figure out what most of them do. To make it easier for all of you, I’ve recommended the 5 best societies you can join to improve your social status and give you an increased sense of self-righteousness!
Dublin City University earlier this week sealed a deal with Bank of Ireland for “heavily discounted” student loans for attendees of the college. The loans, aimed for covering the registration fees charged for the college year – currently €2,250 (€9,000 over a 4 year course), will be offered to incoming students and their parents for the next four years of their course. They will be offered at a variable rate of 5.1% – however this will raise to a higher variable rate upon graduation, currently 9.7%. The current rate for [...]
The parents of Nicola Furlong are travelling to Japan today for court proceedings investigating her death.
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