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.
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.
James Prendergast Deputy News Editor The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) has launched its “Everybody Loves Nurses” campaign against the reduction in starting salary of graduate nurses by ¤4,000 to ¤22,000 and the payment of below minimum wage salaries to nurses on their final year work placements. The campaign began with a demonstration outside […]
Senior Lecturer Patrick Geoghegan has suggested that ‘Trinity Wednesdays’ could see an end to afternoon classes so that students will have more time to participate in clubs and societies.
A number of candidates of this year’s Leadership Race have been sanctioned by the Electoral Commission.
A list of demands to end sexist behaviour within the Hist has been released.