The North is now

Despite Northern Ireland’s historic progress coming straight from Westminster, the work of activists cannot be underestimated

In 2016, a woman from Belfast was prosecuted for taking an abortion pill after her flatmates reported her to the police. In January of this year, we learned that a 12-year-old victim of sexual assault had to travel to England

Are students at the heart of the new business building?

The school’s design suggests the primary motivation was creating new revenue streams, not giving undergraduates a place to learn

In 2013, planning permission was placed for the new six-story Trinity Business Building. On the May 23, 2019, it was proudly opened by An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar. This was a momentous occasion, but as the weeks have progressed it has

Op-Ed: Budget Day has become Groundhog Day for third level funding

Jim Miley, Director General of the Irish Universities Association, calls on students to join their struggle for Third Level Funding

For anyone interested in the sustained funding of third level education in Ireland, Budget Day has become more like Groundhog Day.  

1,183 days before last week’s Budget, the Cassells Report identified the funding challenges facing our higher education system and