Trinity study calls on GAA to utilise neutral venues across their various disciplines

The study concluded that neutral venues have been an “under-utilised” option across the sport

“Neutral venues appear to be an under-utilised option for creating fairer and less predictable competition, especially in single-game knockout matches.” This is according to a study conducted by Adjunct Assistant Professor, Liam Kneafsey, and PhD candidate, Stefan Müller, both from …


“Considerable way to go” in adjusting Leaving Certificate marking system, according to Vice Provost

The comments follow a decision to implement more effective correction measures in the Leaving Certificate

Trinity’s Vice Provost Professor Chris Morash has said that “there is still a considerable way to go in the time it takes to mark the Leaving Certificate”. The comments were made to Trinity News following the announcement by Minister for


SU Council passes motion to support pharmacy students on work placements

The motion also mandates the Union to support Pharmacy students against fee increases

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) passed a motion to “request the promised support from TCDSU regarding unpaid placement and increased fees”. The motion was raised by TCDSU President Shane De Rís, arising from a discussion item on pharmacy fees.


Trinity Foundation sees Health Sciences take in €3 million more than Arts in project related income

The EMS faculty received only €500,000 project related income in the same period

The Trinity Foundation saw an income of €6,090,369 in restricted funds for the Health Science (HS) faculty in the 2016/17 period, while the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (AHSS) faculty took in €2,537,896 in the same year. These incomes, known


Trinity professor calls for re-examination of corporate role in managing risks such as sexual misconduct

The call was made during a conference on culture and diversity in the financial services sector today

Trinity Professor in Corporate Law Blanaid Clarke has called on all corporate boards to review  their oversight role in managing organisational cultural risks, including sexual assault. The call came during a conference on culture and diversity in the financial services


DCU society suspended from social activity for “nude acts” at EGM

The Accounting and Finance Society told members to complete “challenges”

Dublin City University (DCU) has suspended its Accounting and Finance Society from social activity for one semester after an election for their first year representative saw members engage in “nude acts” and the completion of “challenges”. The events, shown in


TCDSU Council round-up

An overview of the motions passed at the tonight’s first TCDSU Council

The first Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) took place this evening in the Stanley Quek theatre in the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute (TBSI).

The meeting opened with the election of the Constitutional Review group. The election saw current Communications

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