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UCC introduces therapy dog programme to combat stress for students
The programme, the first of its kind at an Irish university, will see trained service dogs support student wellbeing on campus.
Security Forum chair: President's criticisms were a 'throwaway remark' but no 'drift' to NATO
Louise Richardson was speaking after the first day of the Consultative Forum on International Security Policy in Cork.
Most fact-based counterarguments to conspiracy beliefs don't work, study finds
An analytical mindset and critical thinking skills are the most effective means of challenging conspiracy beliefs.
Cork and Waterford stars scoop third-level GAA Player of the Year awards
UCC’s Daniel O’Mahony and Mikey Kiely of UL have been honoured for their performances this year.
Champions UCC lead the way in GAA third-level football team of the year
Sigerson Cup winners UCC have six representatives, while there’s five from runners-up UL.
‘Shouting into a black hole’: Chronic delays to autism services failing children
A report by
Niall Sargent
Families left in limbo as hundreds of vacancies in HSE teams impact capacity to provide autism support.
Noteworthy investigates multi-year waiting lists for therapy and the devastating impacts on families
Over 700 vacancies remain across the 91 teams responsible for providing autism services
Expert: "The reality is the system is broken"
'Those boys don’t know when they’re beaten' - Morgan beams after fourth Sigerson in 12 seasons
The legendary Cork figure guided UCC to success last night after an extra-time battle with UL.
UCC land Sigerson Cup title with extra-time win over UL
Extra-time was required to deliver a winner in Carriganore in Waterford.
Six players to watch as UCC meet UL in the Sigerson Cup final
A goal-poacher turned goalkeeper from Cork and a free-scoring Leitrim midfielder are among those who could shine in Wednesday’s Sigerson Cup final.
'During my time in UL, being a Clare footballer was almost a negative'
Clare will be well represented in the 2023 Sigerson Cup final.
Last-gasp extra-time drama as TU Dublin crowned Ashbourne Cup champions
Roisin McCormick was the hero as they overcame UCC in today’s third-level camogie championship final.
Flynn hits 0-14 as UCC edge into Fitzgibbon Cup last four
A run of six points in-a-row after half-time ultimately turned the game against ATU Galway.
2022 finalists UL to face DCU as Sigerson Cup semi-final draw made
UCC and TU Dublin will also go head-to-head, with a double-header in store in Carlow next week.
Shootout success for UCC as Morgan's Cork and Kerry-heavy side shake off St Mary's
For the second week running, UCC goalkeeper Dylan Foley was the shootout king.
Barrett key as UCC hold off Maynooth, title holders UL claim opening 13-point win
More hurling action tonight in the Fitzgibbon Cup.
UCC keep Sigerson ambitions alive with 7-point win over ATU Galway
A 54th-minute goal from substitute Seán O’Connor was key to the victory.
Goals from Mathews and Walsh see UL past UCC in Sigerson Cup
Goals in either half saw last year’s runners-up get their 2023 campaign off to a winning start.
Funds for Dillon Quirke charity to be raised in Cork hurling pre-season game
Cork play UCC tomorrow night in the Canon O’Brien Cup.
Last year
Former Connacht head coach Michael Bradley takes over at UCC
The vastly-experienced Cork native will be joined by fellow ex-Ireland internationals Ken O’Connell and Paul McCarthy, plus former Munster out-half Scott Deasy.
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Lansdowne seal semi-final spot with victory over UCC
Mark McHugh’s men had the bonus point tucked away by half-time.
Kerry ace and captain stars as UL survive UCC fightback to win another O'Connor Cup
The Limerick college retained their crown after a thrilling final.
Cork star's goal key as UCC stun DCU in bid to end 10-year wait for O'Connor Cup
Katie Quirke scored 1-1 in this afternoon’s semi-final.
DCU fire six goals in victory over UCC in exciting All-Ireland football final clash
IT Carlow hosted tonight’s decider.
DJ Carey's IT Carlow side prove too strong for UCC to reach Fitzgibbon Cup semi-finals
Rory Higgins hit a crucial first-half goal for the winners.
Lynch and Niland impress as NUI Galway claim victory over UCC
Nine points separated the teams in Dangan.
Cocaine now the second-most common drug used by third-level students, new report shows
Cannabis remains the most common drug, but cocaine displaced ecstasy to take the second place spot.
UCD win seven-goal clash to knock UCC out of Sigerson Cup
Earlier today DCU beat St Mary’s in Belfast.
Cork's Shane Barrett hits crucial goal as UCC open title defence with win over Mary Immaculate
A five-point win for the reigning champions in Limerick today.
Covid placentitis: Four more stillbirths and two babies' deaths reported in Ireland
The deaths occurred from October to December 2021.
Cork duo Gore and Buckley shine as MTU claim Sigerson derby win over UCC
UCC fought back from eight points down in the second half but couldn’t draw level.
Several Irish universities commit to introducing domestic abuse leave policy for staff in 2022
Trinity College, UCC, UCD and DCU have all committed to introducing the policies in 2022,
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Fostering within the family needs support, resources - and regulation
Absence of clear oversight and supports leave children and caring relatives in precarious position.
Colleges around the country say that some students are having to rely on food banks to get by
“These students are doing their best, but they’re just not able to make ends meet.”
UCC Students' Union food bank ran out of food in 50 minutes on Wednesday.
Volunteers say demand has spiked in the face of rent hikes and other living costs.
Students' representatives say it's a result of third level education being underfunded by the Government, writes Céimin Burke.
'Heartbreaking to not have enough': UCC food bank runs out of stock 50 minutes after reopening
Students’ expenses for food are estimated to be between €250 to €350 per month.
Irish university warns students that lecturers may call security if masks aren't worn in class
It’s just one of a number of approaches taken by universities as doors have reopened.
University College Cork has said lecturers will ask campus security to remove those who refuse requests to wear a mask, Stephen McDermott writes.
College says classes may also be cancelled and will not be repeated if security are unable to attend.
Men with symptomatic Covid-19 1.5 times more likely to face severe outcome than women
A new study analysed nearly 50,000 Covid-19 cases during the first two waves of the pandemic in Ireland.
Microplastics in Irish waters 'pass up the food chain' into systems of humans and larger animals
The findings were contained in research carried out by scientists at UCC.
Pandemic is driving 'unprecedented demand' for suicide prevention and mental health services
Ella Arensman has been appointed Ireland’s first Professor of Public Mental Health.
'More and more students are coping with anxiety through either restricting their eating or binge eating'
Dr Aoife O’Sullivan, a GP treating UCC students, writes about the impact of the pandemic on her patients.