Hustings took place on Monday as part of USI’s national congress
Candidates for officer positions in the Union of Students’ in Ireland (USI) outlined their stances on student issues over a livestream on Monday in a bid to attract delegates’ votes from students’ unions around the country.
The livestream acted as …
Sabbatical officer candidates took questions from a small but engaged viewership
Candidates for Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) sabbatical officer positions fielded questions from postgraduate students this afternoon in a virtual hustings, marking a break from the traditional town hall format due to Covid-19 restrictions.
The hustings – which faced some “teething …
Abhisweta Bhattacharjee and Joseph Keegan to vie for GSU vice-president
Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) Vice-President Gisèle Scanlon is to run unopposed for the union’s presidency in its upcoming sabbatical officer elections, which are set to take place online due to College’s closure amid the outbreak of Covid-19 in Ireland.
Grades likely to be awarded based on previous performance, say reports
Minister for Education Joe McHugh is expected to recommend that Leaving Certificate exams be cancelled this year, according to government sources.
A memo is reportedly to be presented to Cabinet on Friday morning that outlines potential alternatives to the exams, …
Staff costs amounted to €271.5 million in 2019
Staff costs represented College’s largest current expenditure in 2019, amounting to €271.5 million, with six members of staff earning more than €300,000 each.
1,107 of Trinity’s employees are categorised as “higher paid staff”, with the category capturing those with an …
College has recorded a €5.7 million surplus for the 2019 financial year, a significant increase on previous years
Trinity generated €12.8 million from accommodation in the 2019 financial year, a slight decrease from €13 million in the previous year.
Accommodation represents the second largest income stream in College’s “Other Income” category in its financial statements, which is separate …
Leaving Certificate exams have been rescheduled to late summer
Leaving Certificate exams have been postponed from June until late July or August, with students intending on entering third level education expected to start at a later date than usual.
This year’s Leaving Certificate has been postponed and the Junior …
Trinity plans to spend €200,000 on a drive to recruit students from China to Trinity
College is to spend €200,000 on a recruitment drive in a bid to increase the number of students from China who choose to attend Trinity.
The tender for services, published today, calls for a vendor to “provide student recruitment support …
The timeline for the election is due to be decided this week
Sabbatical officer elections for the Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) are to take place “completely online” this year due to College’s closure amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
The GSU Electoral Commission has confirmed that elections for a new president and vice-president are …
Defence Forces are training contact tracers in the business school building
The Trinity Business School building is to be used as a venue for contact tracing volunteers as the HSE looks to expand the tracing of individuals who have been in contact with confirmed cases of Covid-19.
The school hosted the …