New reduced opening hours will apply from midnight
Trinity’s libraries are to remain open during the nationwide Level 5 lockdown, it has been announced.
In an email to all staff and students, Librarian Helen Shenton said that “libraries are essential to the research infrastructures during COVID Level 5, …
The Union has largely failed to hold College in check during the pandemic. That needs to change
College’s handling of the pandemic has been bad. From the rejection of a No Detriment policy for summer exams to the charging of full fees for a mostly-online semester, the needs of students have been marginalised again and again. They’ve …
The issue was blamed on “the combination of a computer glitch and a CSC administrative error”
Elections for the committee of the Theological Society (the Theo) are to be re-held, Central Societies Committee (CSC) Secretary Ultan Pringle has announced.
In an email circulated to the society’s members this evening, Pringle explained that “it has become apparent …
Members have raised concerns about the conduct of the sole candidate for auditor taking unilateral decisions around elections which contradict the society’s constitution
The Theological Society, which has not been active since the 2018/19 academic year, is due to be relaunched with a renewed focus on Christian doctrine, rather than facilitating discussion on a variety of religions, as had been their modus operandi …
Face coverings will be mandatory in all classes this semester, the Provost announced
College has announced this morning that timetables for students will be made available in mid-September, ahead of the teaching term beginning on September 28.
In an email to students, Provost Patrick Prendergast thanked students for their “patience” with the delay …
“We do not and will not tolerate racism”, a spokesperson for the university said
The National University of Ireland Galway (NUI Galway) has contacted An Garda Síochána over the harassment of a student on campus.
In a video posted to Twitter on Wednesday, a man can be seen shouting racial slurs and other abuse …
Applicants will no longer need a Leaving Certificate and three years in an Irish school
Asylum seekers looking to apply for third-level educational funding will no longer be required to hold a Leaving Certificate and have spent three years in the Irish school system, Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris announced yesterday.
Those looking to …
Students will receive their grades more than three weeks later than normal
Students around Ireland will not receive their Leaving Certificate results until early September, the Department of Education announced today.
In a statement released this evening, the department confirmed that calculated grades will be made available on Wednesday September 7, with …
All but one committee positions were filled at an online AGM this evening
Meg-Elizabeth Lynch was elected Chair of the Trinity Publications committee this evening in a remotely-held AGM. Lynch is a Junior Sophister English and Philosophy student, and served as co-editor of Icarus magazine this year. She will take over from incumbent …
Assignments will also replace exams in some modules
Semester two undergraduate assessments will be conducted through a mixture of online and offline exams and assignments, College has announced. Senior Lecturer Kevin Mitchell and Vice Provost Jürgen Barkhoff laid out the timetable for the assessment period in an email …