Taoiseach launches Strategic Plan 2014-2019


College unveils ambitious proposals to increase private sector investment and double the number of international students.

Rebranding plan postponed pending further consultation


Identity initiative was due to be unveiled before today’s launch of a new strategic plan.

College aims to more than double international student numbers


Plans to increase numbers from 7.8% to 18% by 2019 are expected to be announced tomorrow.

College to build 2,000 student residences


Windmill Lane and Sir John Rogerson’s Quay have been named as possible sites for the accommodation.

13 society accounts deemed “unsatisfactory”


Societies with non-satisfactory accounts for two consecutive years may face possible termination.

Campaign calls for end to TCD “complicity” in apartheid


Student campaign calls for an end to research links with institutions supporting the Israeli occupation of Palestine.

Prof Patrick Geoghegan defends alternative admissions scheme


TCD’s former dean of undergraduate studies has defended the new admissions scheme tested by College this year.

Nearly half of TCD students have no confidence in government


Enda Kenny is Trinity students’ preferred taoiseach with 24% of the overall vote.

The University Times threatened with legal action over Bernard Mallee article


Communications director issued legal threat after publication of article on his departure.

Postgraduate go-slow brought to an end

PhD students- Nadia Bertaud

PhD students in the School of Chemistry have resumed full teaching duties after a proposed cut to their pay was shelved last week.


House 6,
Trinity College,
Dublin 2,

Phone: 01-8962335
Email: editor@trinitynews.ie


Monthly Archive