In email today, College announced it would not be cancelling exchanges after previously shedding doubt in April
Erasmus exchanges are to proceed for Trinity students in Michaelmas term on a voluntary basis, College has informed students on Friday.
In an email to students, College announced that they would not be cancelling the Erasmus programme for the upcoming …
The introduction of online voting was inevitable this year, but it could serve as an experiment for the future of student voting
The Covid-19 crisis has forced nearly every college body to adapt their traditional methods of operation. Online exams and lectures have been the focal point of discussion and criticism, but non-academic areas of College have been equally challenged. With voting …
A look at a growing subculture in the gardening community
Living in a city can often feel draining. Dublin is known for its greyness, and as office space increases, nightlife wanes, and urban artwork is removed, it becomes increasingly difficult to find any colour in the city. Thankfully, this has …
A more relaxed approach to sport in Trinity
Trinity students will know that the college has never been shy about emphasising a certain level of prestige in all of its faculties. From the notorious scholarship examinations, to the grand, historicising tours, the university knows how to sell itself …
In a statement DCU said they would “look after students living on campus for the duration of this crisis”.
DCU has said that it will not ask students living in on campus accommodation to leave their residences. In a statement released today the college acknowledged that “for some students it is their home”, and that many would be unable …
Data shows a decline in applicants for Arts and Humanities courses
A total of 73,923 applications were received by the CAO by the closing date of February 1 this year, showing a very slight decrease of 61 from last year.
The number of Leaving Certificate students has increased, but the total …
The current Deputy Editor received 52.4% of the vote on the second count
Cormac Watson has been narrowly elected editor of the University Times, receiving 52.4% of the vote on the second count after neither Watson nor his opponent Susie Crawford reached the quota on the first count.
On the first count, Crawford …
One of the Oregon Maples fell unexpectedly 2018 and the second tree was removed shortly after for fear that it too would fall
Trinity has decided on a species of tree to replant in Library Square following the removal of the two Oregon Maples which used to occupy the square.
In an email sent to all staff and students, Chair of the Grounds …
Cormac Watson is the current Deputy Editor of the University Times
Cormac Watson is a third year History and Political science student, and the current Deputy Editor of the University Times having previously served as Sports Editor. His campaign for University Times focuses on the three pillars of accountability, sustainability, and …
The college will refund students the €80 increase charged this year
University College Cork Students Union today announced that the college has cancelled the increase of €200 to the Student Capitation Fee and will refund the €80 increase charged this year. This follows a campaign by students to have the increase …