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Trinity international students suffer health problems from mouldy apartment in Kavanagh Court

The €1000 a month accommodation is advertised on Trinity’s website as “top of the range”

Two international students living in Kavanagh Court have suffered health problems due to mould growing in their apartment according to the Irish Independent. The claims emerged this morning when the Irish Independent published images showing the extent of the mould.

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Trinity simulation suite for student nurses opened at Trinity Centre for Health Sciences

The unveiling took place at the closing ceremony of Trinity’s School of Nursing and Midwifery 21st anniversary celebrations

A new simulation suite for student nurses has opened at the Trinity Centre for Health Sciences at St James’s Hospital campus which will enhance nursing education. The opening of the new simulation suite took place at the closing ceremony of

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Trinity academic’s report finds no progress on anti corruption or climate change measures

Professor Chari’s report on government transparency, however, did find advances in the governance of charities

A new report by the Open Government Partnership (OGP) on the Irish Government’s transparency has found no progress in anti-corruption measures or climate policy development. Raj Chari, a Professor of Political Science in Trinity, conducted the report and presented his

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400 NUIG students demonstrate against €1,000 rental increase

A petition in support of the campaign has gained over 5,000 signatures

Approximately 400 National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG) students protested today against rental increases by private student accommodation provider Cúirt na Coiribe, according to NUIGSU, which took place during the second week of NUIG’s exam period.

The €1,000 extra charge

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Trinitones’ Trinity Ball warm up goes viral

The Facebook livestream video broadcast before Trinity Ball has been viewed over 63,000 times

The Trinitones’ cover of “Budapest” by George Ezra has gone viral. The Facebook livestream video broadcast before Trinity Ball has been viewed over 63,000 times at the time of reporting.

The all-male acapella music group’s rendition of Budapest, arranged by

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DCU students gather for sleep-out in protest of accommodation price hike

This is DCU students’ second protest against a 27% rise in accommodation fees

 

Dublin City University (DCU) students are planning to sleep outside the Shanowen Square purpose-built student accommodation complex tonight for their second protest of a 27% rent increase introduced there, as well as a price hike of 23.5% at Shanowen Halls.

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