UCDSU launch voter registration drive with ‘Democracy and Donuts’
SU shops to provide free hot water in evenings, extending opening hours ahead of exam season
BelfieldFM raise €818.48 for the Peter McVerry Trust through charity livestream
Cost of Living Coalition Demonstration in Rathmines attended by UCDSU
UCDSU to attend Cost of Living Coalition demonstration in Rathmines
The demonstration is due to begin at 2:30pm on Saturday, November 12th, at the swimming pool plaza on Rathmines Road.…
Dublin Demonstration Commemorates Anniversary of Savita Halappanavar's Death, Calls for Removal of Barriers to Abortion Access
A demonstration took place in Dublin on Saturday 29th October, commemorating the 10 year anniversary of Savita Halappanavar's death.…
USI walkout sees thousands of students leave lectures
At 11:11am on the morning of Thursday, October 13th, students in universities across Ireland stood up and walked out of their classes and tutorials in a protest instigated by the Union of Students in Ireland (USI).…
Budget 2023: Short-Term Relief for Struggling Students, Crisis rages on
Recent budgetary announcements have provided students and other vulnerable social groups with a degree of solace.…
Global News in Brief
UCD's Student Housing Crisis Continues
Number of Ukrainian Refugees Arriving in Ireland Reaches 54,000
UCDSU and Iranian Students host Solidarity Vigil for Mahsa Amini and Iranian Protestors.
Northern Census indicates Seismic Shift
UCDSU attend Cost of Living Coalition March, also to attend follow up march in November.
Get STI tested at home – HSE launch free testing service
Turn2Me promotes ‘Sober October’, in an aim to highlight the impact of alcohol on mental health.
Frustration Among Students and Faculty with Wifi Connectivity Issues across Campus
Recent complaints and frustrations from students and faculty have arisen due to technical difficulties experienced trying to connect to the UCD Wireless network, across a range of different buildings on campus.…
#WheresMyLevy: Backlash as Maynooth University Scrap Plans for New Student Centre
Maynooth University’s Student Union (MSU) has launched and is continuing with a campaign titled #wheresmylevy, in response to University Management cancelling plans for a new student centre due to the hyperinflation of construction costs, despite it being a key planning development in line with student levy fees paid on an annual basis.…