NUIM Sabbatical Officer hired two women to strip at an event held in the Maynooth student bar last week.
Hundred turn out to protest for higher rates of pay for graduate nurses and midwives.
Hundreds of Irish companies advertise for JobBridge interns every week. The programme can last for up to 9 months, during which full-time interns receive €50 a week from the state on top of their social welfare payments. That works out at €3.75 an hour if the intern is under the age of 25. In the second post […]
The Central Societies Committee (CSC) has announced its final nominations for 11 prize categories ahead of tonight’s annual Society of the Year Awards. 1. Best Society Poster ‘Wong Kar Wai Season’ (Killian O’Dwyer) – Film Society ‘Barack Obama is a War Criminal’ (Naoise Dolan) – The Hist ‘Winter Speakeasy’ (Karen Champ) – Literary Society […]
Hundreds of Irish companies advertise for JobBridge interns every week. The programme can last for up to 9 months, during which full-time interns receive €50 a week on top of their social welfare payments. That works out at €3.75 an hour if the intern is under the age of 25. In a new series, Trinity News will feature […]
Deputy News Editor, James Prendergast reviews the 2014 Trinity Economic Forum and discusses academic privatisation with David McWilliams.
Catherine Healy News Editor Irish academics participated in EU-funded aerospace and security projects with Israeli manufacturers of drones and weapons, members of the Academics for Palestine (AfP) organisation have claimed. AfP’s investigation into Irish-Israeli research links found that Irish universities collaborated with Israeli institutions in 257 academic projects to date, seven of them listed as “security” and 13 […]
Eva Short reports on the Hist debate, “That This House believes the Catholic Church can be salvaged”, featuring Sinead O’Connor, Jerry Buttimer, Fr Tony Flannery and Michael Nugent.
In the lead-up to this week’s abortion referendum, SU presidential candidates, Domhnall McGlacken-Byrne and Jasper Pickersgill, have both been hesitant to align themselves with a particular side of the debate.
The chair of the Dublin University Gender Equality Society, Oilbhe Cahill Reid, has expressed disapproval of the SU candidacy of Jasper Pickersgill, a former member of Theta Omicron, the elite Zeta Psi fraternity’s Dublin branch.