Book of Kells replaced by replica

The famous book is being temporarily replaced

The Book of Kells is being temporarily replaced by a copy in the Old Library.

The Book of Kells exhibition released a statement today announcing that the Book of Kells is currently not on display. Instead, “visitors may view a …


New rental bikes launch on campus

The bikes can be picked up and dropped off at stations around Trinity

New “Bleeper” bikes are launching in Trinity today in an attempt to encourage cycling among staff and students.

The bikes are available to rent on a per-ride basis, and they can be left at designated parking spaces on campus or


The Phil cancels debate on Middle Eastern women needing Western Feminism

The motion has been cancelled following numerous complaints

The University Philosophical Society (the Phil) has cancelled its debate on the motion “This House Believes that Middle Eastern Women Need Western Feminism” following numerous complaints from students.

In a statement issued on Facebook this evening, the Phil outlined that …


Lecturers in Waterford and Carlow to take industrial action

Lack of communication on Technological University status application cited as a cause

Lecturers at Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) and Institute of Technology Carlow (IT Carlow) are set to stage a work-for-rule to highlight concerns over the application process for Technological University status.

Academic staff who are members of Teachers’ Union of


Trinity student wins at Undergraduate Awards

Lyndsay Walsh won in the Earth and Environmental Sciences category

Trinity student Lyndsay Walsh is the global winner of the Undergraduate Awards 2018 Earth and Environmental Sciences category.

Speaking to Trinity News, Walsh announced that she is “absolutely delighted” to have received the award. “I would definitely recommend it to …


Admin problems continue to plague students as the academic year starts early

Trinity students report delays in registration and missing timetables

Trinity students across disciplines are facing a multitude of administrative issues as Michaelmas Term begins, from delays in registration to being unable to view grades from last year.

For Junior Fresh students paying their student contribution fee through a grant


TCDSU condemns arrest of Trinity student

Conor Reddy was arrested last night as housing occupiers were evicted

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) has issued an official statement condemning the arrest and hospitalisation of a Trinity student last night.

Trinity student Conor Reddy was arrested by Gardaí last night among other activists who were occupying a building


BlackBoard access to be restored for all students by 4pm following error

Many Junior Freshers are still unable to view their modules

Many Trinity students, particularly Junior Freshers, are still unable to access their BlackBoard Learn (BlackBoard) accounts following an error in the website’s system yesterday evening despite access being regained by some.

Trinity students were unable to access their BlackBoard accounts

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