At least nine students harassed in Trinity over 3 years

  At least nine students have been harassed in Trinity between 2012 and 2015, according to a nationwide study by the Irish Times. Most of those who were harassed were female, with those harassing were largely male.   Between 2012 and 2016, there were 29 cases of bullying and harassment in the University of Limerick […]

Graduate Students’ Union holds town hall meeting to discuss 5% increase in fees

Trinity Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) held a town hall meeting tonight to discuss the recent decision to increase all postgraduate and non-EU undergraduate fees by 5%.   The event consisted of a panel discussion, followed by a question and answer session with the panel members before moving onto the town hall section of the meeting. […]

Trinity has borrowed €145m from European bank over 10 years

    In the last ten years, Trinity has borrowed €145 million from the EIB which went towards the flagship Trinity Biomedical Institute, the completion of Trinity’s new Business School and the development of student accommodation at Oisin House. Trinity has borrowed more than any other Irish university from the EIB in the last decade, […]

6 Syrian refugees to take part in media workshop in Trinity

  Six displaced people from Syria will begin a digital media workshop at the CONNECT Centre in Trinity College Dublin (TCD)  today. The participants will learn to create digital content as part of the ‘Ismani’ programme.  The six are from the Abbeyfield Reception Centre in Ballaghaderreen, Roscommon, and Mosney direct provision centre in County Meath. […]

Trinity to hold conference to mark 30 year anniversary of Erasmus programme

The Presidents and Vice- Presidents of the 39 Coimbra Group Universities, a European University network will meet this week in Trinity College Dublin. The conference held by Trinity will celebrate the 30 year anniversary of the Erasmus programme. The event will take place in the Trinity Long Room Hub on November 13 and 14.   […]

Trinity students to launch boycott campaign against Westland Eats caterer

Asylum Archive A group of Trinity students are starting a campaign to boycott the Aramark company,which is the College-appointed food caterer for Westland Eats in the Hamilton building, due to its connection to direct provision centres.   The campaign is using the slogan “Aramark off our campus” and will officially launch on November 15 in […]

Trinity to participate in new clinical science training programme

  Trinity will participate in a newly launched programme designed to provide improved training for clinical scientists, increase activity in research, and improve patient care and patient outcomes.   The college will be one of six major Irish universities participating in the programme, entitled The Wellcome- Health Research Board Irish Clinical Academic Training Programme (ICAT), alongside […]

DIT academics protest over their role in process for technical university in Dublin

The eighteen heads of schools at Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) have written a letter to the Chairman of the college’s governing body, Professor Tom Collins, to express their discontent regarding their role in the creation to a new technical university.   DIT and the institutes of technology at Tallaght (ITT) and Blanchardstown (BIT), under […]

NCI to remain in the USI following vote

    The National College of Ireland Students’ Union (NCISU) voted today to remain with the Union of Students in Ireland (USI).  The poll for the referendum opened on Thursday, November 9 and closed on Friday November 10.   The final result showed that 97.2% voted yes to remaining within the USI, while only 17 […]

Trinity students’ submissions to the Citizen’s Assembly on climate change shortlisted

Three Trinity students’ submissions to the Citizen’s Assembly on climate change were shortlisted as some of the most important. The list was circulated to members in advance of the Citizen’s Assembly first meeting on climate change.   Speaking to Trinity News, Jessica Dolliver, chair of Trinity College Dublin (TCD) Environmental Society who submitted on their […]

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