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Trinity welcomes “wind down” of fee protests and occupation

The university’s management will consider alternative proposals on supplemental exam fees, they said

College “welcomes the decision by the Students’ Union and Graduate Students’ Union to wind down protests and the occupancy of buildings,” according to a press statement sent by Trinity Communications.

“The university’s management has undertaken to consider alternative proposals on

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A crime against consumers

Is it your imagination or are your favourite products really getting smaller?

Reducing the size of products sold to consumers without reducing the price the same has now become standard practice in most businesses. This deceitful process, commonly known as ‘Shrinkflation’, increases the price level of goods per unit as a result

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Proposed student space allocated in TBSI

TCDSU President Kevin Keane made the announcement at Council tonight

  

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) has assigned an area in the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute (TBSI) as a new student space. TCDSU President Kevin Keane made the announcement at SU Council tonight.

Speaking to Trinity News, TCDSU President Kevin

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Trinity students to march for disability rights

The march is calling for full disability rights for people in Ireland and for an increase in services for people with disabilities.

Trinity Students will march this Saturday, December 9 for the ratification of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) . The march is calling for full disability rights for people in Ireland and for an increase in

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Science Gallery to celebrate its 10th year

Next year’s exhibitions will look at fake aspects of people’s lives, Life at the Edges and Intimacy

 

Trinity’s Science Gallery has launched its program for 2018 to celebrate its ten years anniversary.

The Science Gallery, located on Pearse Street saw 400,000 visitors last year and a total of nearly 3 million since its opening nine years ago.

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Trinity library purchase access to BrowZine app

The app currently offers access to over 14,000 of our academic journal subscriptions

The Library of Trinity has purchased access to BrowZine, a new app by Third Iron, a library technology company. The app aims to make searching for academic journals online easier and faster. The software allows you to search and view

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