Taoiseach launches Strategic Plan 2014-2019

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

Rebranding plan postponed pending further consultation

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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

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

College to build 2,000 student residences

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

13 society accounts deemed “unsatisfactory”

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

Campaign calls for end to TCD “complicity” in apartheid

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

Prof Patrick Geoghegan defends alternative admissions scheme

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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

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

The University Times threatened with legal action over Bernard Mallee article

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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.

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