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# Student Accommodation
UCD students protest against on-campus rent increase
Sinn Féin housing spokesperson Eoin Ó Broin is to meet with some colleges over rent increases.
# College campuses
Irish colleges to develop €80,000 online system for reporting sexual assault and harassment
The Department of Education has funded the nationwide project.
# Injury Update
Dubs star O'Callaghan set to miss 'two or three rounds of the league'
The key forward suffered a shoulder injury earlier this month.
# Sigerson Cup
DCU cruise into Sigerson Cup final with 15-point win over UCD
Paddy Christie’s side will take on IT Carlow in the decider next Wednesday.
# Sigerson Cup
WATCH LIVE: DCU v UCD, Sigerson Cup semi-final
We’re down to the last four of the competition.
# starting fresh
'A clean slate' - Cork City complete signing of former Reading striker from Derry
Conor Davis believes it’s ‘a great chance for me to kick on in my career.’
# Out to impress
In pics: Mayo midfield star among Irish hopefuls put through their paces at AFL Combine
The two-day testing event took place in UCD.
# My World Survey
Number of teenagers reporting severe anxiety in Ireland doubles since 2012, report finds
That’s according to My World Survey 2, the largest ever study of Ireland’s youth mental health.
# Chaos
Irish students studying in Hong Kong forced to return to Ireland amid violent protests on campus
Students from UCD, Trinity College and NUIG are in discussions about returning as a result of the protests.
# can't hold on
Heartbreak at the death as the wait for Ireland's first November Test win goes on
A last-gasp try saw Wales edge the entertaining clash in Belfield.
# Brú na Bóinne
Archaeologists say they've discovered what could be Neolithic log boats near Newgrange
The river bed of the Boyne is being searched by archaeologists.
# mumps
Dublin universities send warnings to students over mumps outbreak in the capital
In September, Health Protection Surveillance Centre was notified of 69 cases of mumps.
# Mixed Fortunes
Cork City retain top-flight status at UCD's expense amid 5-goal thriller
The Students needed to take something from the game to have a realistic chance of staying up.
As vaping-linked injuries and deaths rise in the US, some Irish colleges are moving towards an all-out ban
18 deaths and 1080 injuries in the US have been linked to vaping.
UCD facing almost certain relegation while Finn Harps look set for play-off spot after stalemate
Neither side managed to find the target in Ballybofey.
# Bowled Over
Ten-man Sligo all but condemn UCD to relegation from Premier Division
Ronan Murray was sent off early in the first half, but it made little difference to the Bit O’Red.
# Saints no winners
O'Donnell's first game in charge at Richmond Park ends all square between Pat's and UCD
The former Dundalk skipper’s side had the better chances tonight.
# whitewash
Five-star Dundalk demolish UCD
Daniel Cleary struck twice as the Louth club maintained their lead at the summit.
# Row
Maynooth University sues UCD over alleged 'poaching' of professor
Maynooth University believes that UCD poached an academic.
# Three and easy
Michael Duffy stars as Dundalk stroll to UCD win
The attacker scored twice as the champions restored their seven-point lead at the top of the league.
# Hammering
Bohs put 10 past sorry UCD to record their biggest league win
Andre Wright scored four during a goal-fest at Dalymount Park on Friday night.
# the explainer
The Explainer: How are we still making discoveries at Newgrange?
And why haven’t we dug the entire Boyne Valley up to find more?
# Tasty
Derry draw champions Dundalk, St Pat's travel to UCD in FAI Cup
The draw for the second round of the competition was made on Monday evening.
# Student Life
'We can’t just play 4-4-2 and hoof it long. That’s not the way we were taught the game, it's not our identity'
UCD captain Paul Doyle says his side won’t resort to pragmatism as battle to avoid relegation intensifies.
# Report
Stunning 86th-minute strike ends Waterford's winless run
Dean Walsh was the hero for the Blues late in this evening’s meeting with struggling UCD.
# Pastures new
Former Everton and Manchester United trainee Sam Byrne joins UCD
The 24-year-old signed for Bohemians in January but was recently released by the Dalymount Park outfit.
# Seven Up
Shamrock Rovers warm up for Europa League clash with seven-goal hammering of UCD
Stephen Bradley’s side hit seven past The Students with a dominant display at Tallaght Stadium.
# top and bottom
Stunning Mahdy strike earns UCD crucial win while defeat comes as blow to Bohs
A brilliant 1-0 win for the Students at the UCD Bowl.
# back to winning ways
McClelland strike helps UCD end 11-game losing streak with crucial win against Harps
Collie O’Neill’s side secured their first win in 81 days against Finn Harps at the UCD Bowl.
# tough lesson
Coughlan hits hat-trick as Sligo come from behind to hammer beleaguered UCD
The Students led through a valedictory Liam Scales goal, but soon crumbled and conceded five at the Showgrounds.
# new saint
UCD founder Cardinal Newman set for sainthood in October
Cardinal John Henry Newman will be canonised in October by Pope Francis.
# Moving On
Derry City complete signing of ex-Reading forward Davis as UCD exodus continues
The 21-year-old helped The Students claim the SSE Airtricity League First Division title last season.
# graduation
Shamrock Rovers announce signing of highly-rated UCD winger Neil Farrugia
The Hoops have also added the Students’ Gary O’Neill.
# Talent
'When he is ready to go, he will' - Praise for Irish prospect Farrugia as UK clubs hover
Irish U21s assistant manager Keith Andrews believes UCD winger Neil Farrugia is ready to make an immediate impact in English football.
Carr turns on the style to ensure Rovers stay in touch at the top
Stephen Bradley’s men were 1-0 winners over UCD on Friday night.
# Bit O'Red
Bermuda captain Leverock scores again to help Sligo stretch unbeaten run to three games
Dante Leverock and skipper David Cawley were on target as Sligo move six points clear of the relegation zone.
# Saints March On
Kelly and Drennan on target as St Pat’s see off UCD to cap off perfect week with third consecutive win
Second-half goals from Ciaran Kelly and Mikey Drennan saw St Pat’s beat UCD 2-0 on Friday.
# Battling
Dundalk survive early scare to down UCD in Belfield
The Lilywhites were forced to come from behind to beat Collie O’Neill’s side at the UCD Bowl.
# Earning his Candystripes
Derry on the double means Devine marks 100th game in charge with victory over UCD
Goals from Greg Slogett and Darren Cole sealed the away win.
# Draw
Holders Derry City host Finn Harps, while Cork City travel to Bohs in EA Sports Cup
Dundalk, meanwhile, have been drawn at home to UCD for their quarter-final clash.