International students arriving from non-green list countries must restrict their movements for two weeks
College has confirmed plans to provide airport transfers and a meal service to international students restricting their movements during their first two weeks in Dublin, in communication with affected students this weekend.
International students received a message from Vice-Provost Jürgen …
As PhDs are hit hard by financial difficulties and concerns about continuing research, the TPWRG hopes to raise awareness and recognition for struggling students
In an effort to identify and cater to the needs of PhD students in the wake of Covid-19, the Trinity College Dublin PhD Workers’ Rights Group (TPWRG) and Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) have announced the launch of a Covid-19 impact …
Preferences for courses such as law and medicine increase while those of arts and humanities drop
Analysis of over 77,800 applications for higher learning through the CAO this year shows that applications for high-points courses such as law, dentistry, veterinary medicine, and physiotherapy have risen while applications to the arts, humanities, and languages have dropped.
Accommodations offices for Trinity students begin to roll out quarantine plans for international students
In line with HSE guidelines, College is advising international students to arrive in Ireland with enough time to isolate for 14 days ahead of the start of the academic year on September 28.
Students that have applied for and been …
The group contacted leaders of Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael, and the Green Party Ireland to seek clarity on waste reduction issues
TCD Plastic Solutions have published a letter directed to the leaders of Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael, and the Green Party calling for clarity on environmental issues in response to their proposed programme for government.
Earlier this week, the party leaders …
Dublin protests continue on Saturday with mass support from students
Trinity students are among demonstrators continuing to attend protests in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, including a protest today outside the US embassy in Ballsbridge.
The protest saw banners carrying sentiments such as “black lives matter”, “no justice, …
Protestors marched to the US embassy in solidarity against police brutality
Trinity students have joined thousands of protesters marching in Dublin city centre on Monday in a demonstration against racism and police brutality.
In solidarity with mass protests that have taken place across the United States in response to the anger …
141 additional students cast their votes by 5pm today
On the second day of voting for the Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) sabbatical officers, 141 votes have been counted, bringing the past two days’ combined total votes to 501, or 9.2% of the electorate.
Voting continues to be conducted in …
Keegan, in his campaign for vice-president, sees postgraduates as the “cornerstone” of college
Covid-19 has opened a new page in a book that Joseph Keegan wants to write for the Graduate Students’ Union. After pursuing and completing a post-graduate certificate in Creative Thinking, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship in Trinity last year, he hopes to …
Element Pictures, the producers behind Normal People, have purchased the film and TV rights to Nealon’s novel
Louise Nealon, a 27 year old Trinity alumna, seems set to follow in fellow Trinity alum Sally Rooney’s footsteps with the 2021 release of her debut novel and pre-publication seizing of film and TV rights by Element Pictures.
Bonnier Books …