Our news writers round up the best of this week’s news stories from youth deprivation to the College re-brand.
Negative reaction to College rebrand and new logo.
New building for the controversial Loyola Institute opened.
TCDSU President, Tom Lenihan, feels let down by the lack of consultation with regard the cuts to capitated committees.
Catherine Healy News Editor Study lists readily available products for use in “clandestine” manufacturing of mephedrone Scholars supervised by Trinity academic, say they take “inspiration from Breaking Bad” Editors of the Trinity Student Medical Journal (TSMJ) have been ordered to withdraw the publication after it published step-by-step instructions on making mephedrone from commercially available products. […]
Hannah Beresford Staff Writer There are very few people in this day and age who can claim to have touched millions with no more than the power of their oratory. Panti Bliss, alter ego of Rory O’Neill, is one of those few. Always an outspoken figure, she shot to international prominence in recent weeks following […]
Close to 200 students marched on the offices of Maynooth Students’ Union (MSU) today in protest against the culture of sexism they say the union is promoting. The protesters – who have organised this week under the banner of ‘Students Against Sexism’ – demanded to speak to Aidan McNally, MSU Vice President for Welfare and Equality […]
Our news reporters round up the smaller news stories happening this week from capitations cuts to university rankings.
Fionn McGorry Staff Writer Rosalind Ní Shúilleabháin, President of the Phil, presented a paper to the Bram Stoker Club Paper addressed structural difficulties in college societies for women Billed as one of the headline events of International Women’s Week, Rosalind Ní Shúilleabháin, President of the Phil, presented a paper to the Bram Stoker Club last […]
German Chancellor, Angela Merkel and Taoiseach Enda Kenny addressed the Phil at the yearly inaugural last week.