German finance minister calls for “shift in national sovereignty to European institutions”


Wolfgang Schäuble calls for greater European integration at a TCD debate on European financial policy.

UCCSU scraps five years of policies after passing of ‘wipe the slate’ vote


Student groups have condemned the passing of a motion they claim will reverse years of campaigning.

Tom Curran calls for legalisation of assisted suicide at Hist debate


Motion in favour of the right to die is passed by a majority of society members.

Rise of new economies is a hegemonic shift, students told

Photography credit: Vitalia Bikmametova

China’s rise will be seen as “one of the most significant events in human history.”

College launches new Chinese language website

Screen shot 2014-10-29 at 14.42.22

College expands online presence in China as part of efforts to increase international student numbers.

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.


House 6,
Trinity College,
Dublin 2,

Phone: 01-8962335


Monthly Archive