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Halls expansion to provide 300 new beds

European Investment Bank invests €100m in Trinity’s capital projects

Trinity Hall (Halls) is to receive a 300-bed expansion as one of four capital development projects set to take place across campus under €100m investment from the European Investment Bank (EIB).

Other projects include expanding the School of Law and …

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Three Cork students raped since the start of term

The Cork Sexual Violence Centre notes an increase in reports as colleges reopen

Content warning: sexual assault, rape.
Three female students have reported being raped since the beginning of September in Cork. The three students from University College Cork (UCC) and Cork Institute of Technology (CIT), two of whom have since dropped out
Life

The Future of the Movement

Three years after marriage equality and the Gender Recognition Bill, Q-Soc discuss political representation and rights in Ireland

An LGBTQ+ panel put on in a joint effort by the Politics Society and Q-Soc discussed both the future and the past of the LGBT rights movement in Ireland on Tuesday evening. The general mood of the night was one

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Library services to be unavailable this Thursday

Library services to be reduced as systems undergo maintenance

The Library is encouraging students and staff to make requests, inter-library loans and borrowing materials before a service interruption later this week when these Library services are to be reduced or unavailable. 

A “complete system downtime” is needed from 7:30

Features

Rainbow-washing: the corporatisation of queer representation

An examination of corporate interests and their effects on LGBT individuals, both helpful and harmful

In recent years, there has been an increase in content and products presented by corporations targeting the LGBT community. Brands like H&M, Nike, Converse, Primark, Urban Outfitters, and more, all produce and widely advertise their “Pride collections” from the end

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Trinity’s graduate employability ranking remains below 2017 rank, despite increase

UCD scores highest in Ireland for graduate employability on QS rankings

Trinity graduates’ employability is on the rise since last year according to the QS World University 2019 rankings released this morning.

Trinity is ranked in bracket #101-110 this year, an increase from last year when it placed in bracket #111-120.

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