The Science Gallery is set to close on February 28
Science Gallery Dublin is to close on February 28, after government efforts to save the nonprofit exhibition space have failed.
The closure was first announced in October by the Business Post. Trinity have since confirmed this closure, explaining that …
Books of condolences for the Murphy family are open this week
A vigil for Ashling Murphy is to take place this evening from 6pm on campus.
Students and staff are invited to attend the vigil outside the 1937 Reading Room in memory of Ms Murphy.
Announced on social media, the vigil …
Schools and Higher Education Institutions in 12 counties are urged to shut after Storm Barra forecast
Trinity and Higher Education Institutions across the country are to close tomorrow, Tuesday 7 December, due to weather warnings issued by Met Éireann regarding Storm Barra.
A red alert has been issued for counties Clare, Kerry and Cork, and an …
Tourists can currently go “anywhere that’s publicly accessible” on campus
Tourist access on campus will continue as normal, amid a fourth wave of Covid-19 in Europe, College have told Trinity News.
When asked if Trinity was planning to limit tourist access amid rising Covid-19 cases, a spokesperson for College said: …
Over 80 study spaces have been created in the Library
Today, Trinity announced a number of spaces on campus that are to function as supportive sensory environments for students and staff.
More than 80 individual study spaces have been created within six sensory areas across the Berkeley, Lecky, Ussher, Hamilton …
Residents were prohibited from hosting guests and parties for two weeks, after over 30 Covid-19 cases were reported
This evening, College announced that the “temporary restrictions” introduced in Trinity Hall are to be lifted on Monday, November 29.
College have said that this development “is thanks to the Trinity Hall students and staff for their perseverance during the …
Academic staff took to Twitter to discuss the amount of work they say is involved in preparing lecture videos
Trinity lecturers have pushed back against criticism for “re-using” last year’s lecture recordings.
At the beginning of term, the University Times (UT) reported: “lecturers from at least five schools are re-using lecture videos recorded last year for classes this term.” …
Vice Provost Orla Shiels said that “advice to universities is unlikely to change”
College has provided “clarification” on the plans for Michaelmas Term assessments, but has not pledged to reintroduce mitigation measures or cancel in-person exams.
In an email to all students and staff this afternoon, Vice Provost Orla Shiels outlined the plan …
The union has asked College to provide clarity on its contingency plans in light of rising rates of Covid-19
Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) have called on College to reinstate mitigation measures and clarify its contingency plans to students.
In a press release published this evening, Education Officer Bev Genockey said that TCDSU was “disappointed” that students have …
The announcement follows reports of potential needle spiking incidents in Dublin and Limerick
An information campaign to raise awareness of spiking is to be launched, following a number of reports in recent weeks of drink and needle-based spiking in Ireland and the UK.
Yesterday (November 5), Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, …