The College View

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The College View
Dublin City University
TypeFortnightly
FormatCompact
EditorEoin Harte
Founded1999
HeadquartersClubs and Socs Office
Dublin City University
Glasnevin
Dublin 9, Ireland
Websitethecollegeview.com

The College View[1] is Dublin City University’s only student newspaper, independently run voluntarily by students affiliated to DCU's Journalism Society.[2] The newspaper was first published in 1999 after changing its name from The Bullsheet, its predecessor.

The College View has seven sections – News, Opinions and Analysis, Irish, Features, Sport and our Arts and Lifestyle magazine, The HYPE; the sections cover everything from DCU student issues to national student issues, humour and satire to life through the eyes of students, as well as extensive sports coverage and analysis. The Irish section is written and edited by students studying Journalism through Irish in DCU.

The College View is published fortnightly on Wednesday, with six issues per semester and is circulated among 12,000 students as well as DCU lecturers and staff.

History[edit]

The College View was founded in 1999, and went under the name of The Bullsheet, a reference to the other DCU publication An Tarbh, for a while; the newspaper has changed layout several times during its history. It has always been tabloid-size.

Administration[edit]

The newspaper is run entirely voluntarily and is affiliated to the DCU Journalism Society.[3] In addition to advertising revenue, The College View is funded by a grant from the Society Life Committee, however the newspaper remains fully independent.

Supplements[edit]

The HYPE is the arts and lifestyle supplement of The College View, and is run as 16-page supplement within the newspaper, it was previously named the Suss until the 2017/18 academic year. It was previously named Flux where it won magazine of the year at the 2010 Oxygen.ie Student Media Awards.[4] The arts supplement was previously named The Attic, having been renamed in 2009/10.[5]

The Look was a fashion supplement produced in conjunction with the DCU Style Society in the past; however, is now published independently.

Awards[edit]

Oxygen.ie National Student Media Awards

  • Journalist of the Year 2019 - Gabija Gataveckaite
  • Features Writer News and Current Affairs 2019 - Ciara O'Loughlin
  • RSA Award for Journalism on Road Safety 2019 - Cait Caden
  • Editor of the Year 2018 - Shauna Bowers
  • SFI Science Writer of the Year 2018 - Shauna Bowers
  • Arts & Pop culture Feature Writer of the Year 2018 - Colin Gannon
  • Journalist of the Year (National Press) 2018 - Aaron Gallagher
  • Irish Journalist of the Year Iriseoireacht trí Ghaeilge (Scríofa) 2016 - Cal Ó Donnabháin
  • Journalist of the Year (National Press) 2013 - Sarah Bermingham
  • People's Choice Award 2012 - Under editor Catherine Dennehy.[6]
  • Irish Journalist of the Year 2012 Iriseoireacht trí Ghaeilge (Scríofa) - Frances Mulraney'
  • Magazine of the Year 2010(Flux) - Samuel Hamilton[4]
  • News Features Writer of the Year 2010 - Stephen Mangan[4]
  • Arts Features Writer of the Year 2010 - Patrick Kavanagh[4]
  • Sports Writer of the Year 2010 - Stephen Mangan[4]
  • Journalist of the Year 2010 - Samuel Hamilton[4]
  • Sports Writer of the Year 2009 - Stephen Mangan[7]
  • Journalist of the Year 2009 - Michael McHale[7]

DCU Hybrid Awards

  • Website of the Year 2018 - thecollegeview.com
  • Layout and Design of the Year 2018 - Daniel Troy and Amanda Ward
  • Website of the Year 2017 - thecollegeview.com
  • Publication Layout of the Year 2017 - Scout Mitchell and Hannah Kelly
  • Arts/Features Journalist of the Year 2017 - Orla O'Driscoll
  • News/Current Affairs Journalist of the Year 2017 - Aaron Gallagher
  • News/Current Affairs Journalist of the Year 2016 - Hayley Helpin
  • Arts/Features Journalist of the Year 2016 - Scout Mitchell
  • Publication Layout of the Year 2014 - Marie Lecoq and Rachel McLaughlin (The College View)
  • Sports Journalist of the Year 2014 - Ruaidhrí Croke
  • Arts/Features Journalist of the Year 2014 - Aoife Bennett
  • Website of The Year 2013 - Nicky Ryan (TheCollegeView.com)[8]
  • News and Current Affairs Journalist of The Year 2013 - Sam Griffin[8]
  • Journalist of The Year 2013 - Sam Griffin[8]
  • Sports Journalist of The Year 2013 - Eoghan Cormican[8]
  • Sports Journalist of the Year 2012 - Brendan White [9][better source needed]
  • Arts/Features winner - Valerie Loftus 2012 [9][better source needed]
  • Irish Language Journalist of the Year 2012 - Derek O'Brien
  • News and Current Affairs Journalist of the Year 2012 - Sarah Doran[9][better source needed]
  • Journalist of the Year 2012 - Aoife Mullen [10]
  • Journalist of the Year 2011 - Niall O'Connor
  • Journalist of the Year 2010 - Stephen Mangan[citation needed]
  • Features Writer of the Year 2010 - Sam Matthews[citation needed]
  • Sports Writer of the Year 2010 - Michael Glennon[citation needed]

Notable contributors[edit]

  • Shauna Bowers - Journalist with The Times Ireland
  • Zainab Boladale - RTÉ Presenter
  • Hayley Halpin - News Reporter, TheJournal.ie
  • Aaron Gallagher - Sports Journalist, The42.ie
  • Catherine Devine - Journalist with Independent.ie
  • Katie O'Neill - Journalist with The Times (Ireland Edition)
  • Michael Cogley - Business Correspondent, The Sunday Independent
  • Ruaidhrí Croke - Sports Journalist, The Irish Times
  • Sean Defoe - Political Correspondent, Newstalk
  • Eoin Sheahan - Sports Journalist, Off The Ball
  • Sharron Lynskey - Radio Presenter, iRadio
  • Nicky Ryan - TheJournal.ie
  • Sarah McInerney - The Late Debate, RTÉ
  • Ian Kehoe - RTÉ Primetime reporter
  • Tadhg Enright - Sky News business correspondent
  • Ciaran Cronin (Semester 1, 2001) - Former soccer writer for The Sunday Tribune
  • Michael Brennan (semester 2, 2001) - Deputy Political Editor for The Irish Independent
  • Paul O'Flynn (2002) - Sports Presenter/Video Journalist for RTÉ
  • Mary Regan (2002, news editor) - Political Correspondent with RTÉ
  • Laura Whitmore (2005/2006) - MTV UK and I'm A Celebrity host
  • Cathal McMahon (2005/2006, editor) - Crime Reporter with The Irish Daily Mirror
  • Niall O'Connor (2009/2010, news editor) - Reporter with The Herald
  • Samuel Hamilton (2009/2010, deputy/news editor) - showbiz reporter with the Irish Daily Mirror
  • Laura Slattery (2000) - Business Journalist with the Irish Times

Current editorial team (2018/2019)[edit]

The current editorial team for the academic year 2018/2019 is as follows:

Editor-In-Chief: Callum Lavery

Deputy Editor: Gabija Gataveckaite

News Team

  • Editors: Emily Sheahan, Cáit Caden & Ellen Fitzpatrick
  • Deputies: Brendan Kelly Fernando Palenque, Roisin Phelan & Catherine Gallagher

Sport Team

  • Editor: Gerard Grimes
  • Deputies: Hugh Farrell & John Morley

Production Team

  • Production & Layout Editors: Rachel Helpin and James Nolan
  • Production & Layout Assistants: Ellen Fitzpatrick, Cáit Caden, Alison Clair, Orla Dwyer, Gabija Gataveckaite, Gerard Grimes, Judy Williams, Hugh Farrell, Mary Ryan.

Arts Team

  • Editor: Aoibhín Bryant
  • Deputies: Aíne O'Boyle & Sarah Barrett

Opinion Team

  • Editor: Orla Dwyer
  • Deputy: Clara Kelly

Lifestyle Team

  • Editor: Lorna Lawless
  • Deputies: Béibhinn Thorsch & Eoin Harte

Irish Team

  • Editor: Clíona Hughes & Jordan Hussain

Features Team

  • Editor: Gabija Gataveckaite
  • Deputy: Ciara O'Loughlin

Image Team

  • Editor: Alison Clair
  • Deputy: Mickey Doherty

Video Team

  • Editor: Lauren Timlin
  • Deputy: Donal Corrigan, Dara Browne, Sathishaa Mohan

Illustrations Team

  • Editor: Róise McGagh

Sub-Editors

  • Chief Sub Editor: Roisín Cullen

Podcast Team

  • Editors: Niamh Dunne, Lucien Waugh-Daly
  • Podcast Editor (Sport): Ian Brennan

Editors[edit]

Vol Year Editor-in-Chief Deputy Editor News Editor(s) Online Editor Production Editor
Vol XXI 2019-2020 Brendan Fernando Kelly Palenque Aine O'Boyle Aoife O'Brien & Tadgh McNally Sally Dobie
Vol XX 2018-2019 Callum Lavery Gabija Gataveckaite Cáit Caden & Ellen Fitzpatrick Emily Sheahan Rachel Helpin & James Nolan
Vol XIX 2017-18 Shauna Bowers Kyle Ewald Kyle Ewald & Fionnuala Walsh Daniel Troy
Vol XVIII 2016-17 Aaron Gallagher Aidan Geraghty Hayley Halpin & Rebecca Lumley Scout Mitchell
Vol XVII 2015-16 Catherine Devine Katie O'Neill Katie O'Neill Kevin Kelly Scout Mitchell
Vol XVI 2014-15 Michael Cogley Finnian Curran Finnian Curran & Sharron Lynskey David Mathews Gianluca Avagnina
VoL XV 2013-14 Aoife Mullen N/A Sarah Bermingham & Ciara Moore Mary McDonnell Marie Lecoq
Vol XIV 2012-13 Brendan White / Jenny Darmody Jenny Darmody / Sam Griffin Aoife Mullen Nicky Ryan
Vol XIII 2011-12 Ceile Varley / Catherine Dennehy Rachel Grassick / Conor Donohoe Sorcha Jowitt & Aisling Phelan
Vol XII 2010-11 Steve Conlon / Niall Farrell Niall Farrell Ceile Varley
Vol XI 2009-10 Audrey Donohue / David Kearns Samuel Hamilton Niall O'Connor / Samuel Hamilton
Vol X 2008-09 Stephen Dunne / Michael McHale Michael McHale / Audrey Donohue
Vol IX 2007-08 Eoin O'Neill - Stephen Dunne
Vol VIII 2006-07 Aisling O'Rourke - Lindsey McGregor / Sarahlee Madigan
Vol VII 2005-06 Cathal McMahon - Maeve Ni Ghealbhain
Vol VI 2004-05 TBC TBC TBC
Vol V 2003-04 TBC TBC TBC
Vol IV 2002-03 Adrienne Sweeney - Sean Carroll
Vol III 2001-02 Paul O'Flynn - Mary Regan
Vol II 2000-01 Michael Brennan Paul O'Flynn Jody Sheridan
Vol I 1999-00 Laura Slattery Jimmy Healy Patrick Horan / Ciaran Cronin

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The College View". The College View.
  2. ^ "Advertise". The College View.
  3. ^ http://www.journosoc.com/?page_id=2
  4. ^ a b c d e f "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-04-26. Retrieved 2010-04-26.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  5. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-22. Retrieved 2010-07-21.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  6. ^ http://www.oxygen.ie/scripts/xposed/zoom.php?pic=10366&gallery=189#pic
  7. ^ a b "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-22. Retrieved 2010-07-21.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  8. ^ a b c d "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-07-03. Retrieved 2013-04-28.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  9. ^ a b c "Hybrid Student Media Awards DCU". www.facebook.com.
  10. ^ "Website Unavailable". dcufm.com.

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