College Life

Ireland to Face Major Repercussions if There's a “No-deal” Brexit

There will be major repercussions for Ireland in the event of a “no-deal” Brexit, according to a DCU professor. Deiric Ó Broin, a lecturer in the School of Law and Government in DCU, believes

Potential Data Breach at NUI Galway After USB Was Lost

There has been a potential breach of student information at NUIG (National University of Ireland, Galway) after a USB stick thought to contain student details was lost. While NUIG “is unclear on

DIT Library Opening Hours Cut

DITSU (Dublin Institute of Technology Student Union) are raising the issue of recruiting staff to prevent further shortages of library hours across their college campuses. The USI (Union of Students

Rapid HIV Testing Available For All NUIG Students

Free rapid HIV testing is being made available by NUI Galway’s Students’ Union, as part of their SHAG (Sexual Health Awareness and Guidance) Week. The initiative, which is run by AIDS West, will

One in Four Women Experiencing Unwanted Groping at 3rd Level, Say Womens Council

On Thursday the National Women’s Council of Ireland (NWCI) launched its #ItStopsNow campaign video. The campaign aims to highlight sexual violence and harassment against 3rd-level students.

DCU Student Who Was to be Deported Granted an Extended Stay

DCUSU (Dublin City University Student Union) has announced that a student who was facing deportation has received an extended stay. Shepherd Machaya, a second-year student in DCU, who was facing