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Trinity health service suspends walk-in services

Booked appointments will continue as normal

Trinity’s on-campus health service has taken the decision to suspend all walk-in services due to the coronavirus.

In an announcement this afternoon the health service said that while all walk-in services have been suspended, booked appointments would continue as normal.…

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Trinity to reduce library study capacity to enable “social distancing”

The library have said they are looking for alternative study spaces across College

The number of study spaces in Trinity’s libraries will be reduced to allow for “social distancing” in an effort to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Caoimhe Ní Lochlainn, Trinity’s Head of Library Communications, confirmed to Trinity News that the library …

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DCU postpone graduations due to coronavirus

DCU is so far the only other Irish university to announce a major disruption due to the virus

Dublin City University (DCU) has announced the postponement of their spring graduation ceremony in an effort to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

The college announced yesterday that the ceremony, due to take place on March 21, will not go …

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Seanad elections: Ivana Bacik has “unfinished business”

Ivana Bacik talks Seanad reform, the Labour Party, and ensuring there is no “row back” on the progress achieved in recent referenda

The career path of Ivana Bacik closely resembles that of two former Presidents of Ireland, Mary Robinson and Mary McAleese. Bacik is the Reid Professor of Criminal Law, Criminology and Penology at Trinity, a role previously held by Robinson and …

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Coronavirus case confirmed in Trinity

Floor 4 of the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute and the lifts in TBSI have been closed

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A case of coronavirus within Trinity has been confirmed according to an email sent to all staff and students tonight.

The email, signed by Provost Patrick Prendergast, states that College is working with authorities “to ensure that this individual receives …