Plans to delay Perry demolition likely to cost between 6-12 million

The Board chose the latest possible time at which to demolish the building, vastly increasing costs

Queen’s University’s Fossil Free campaign group stage occupation of college building

Twelve students from Queen’s University Belfast’s (QUB) Fossil Free campaign group are three days into their occupation of the college’s administration building. The sit-in, led by QUB’s Students’ Union (QUBSU) Campaigns and Communications Officer, Sean Fearon, is to continue indefinitely until the campaign group receives a pledge to divest from fossil fuels from university authorities. […]

UCD academic criticises “neoliberal assault on education” at SWSS discussion

He said that when students come to university they “expect to enter a space where ideas are debated freely” and advised that this is exactly what they should do

Science Gallery receives Google Field Trip Grant

The grant will cover transport and others costs for every secondary school student in Ireland to visit the gallery

Trinity researchers awarded prestigious grants by European Research Council

The announcements mean that Trinity has received more ERC awards than any other institution in Ireland since their inception

Trinity VDP launches biggest Christmas appeal yet

This year the society is reaching out to clubs, societies and class representatives for help.

Trinity Social Democrats panel consider solutions to the homeless crises

“The entire panel maintained that the homelessness crisis is solvable with correct investment, and discussed the frustration of current inaction”

Students Against Fees group vote to bring motion to SU council opposing student loans and increased fees

It was agreed that the motion defeated at SU council two weeks ago was too narrow, in that it only pertained to student loans and didn’t address about fees

Minister for Health notes that abortion legislation should take into account “long term health of the mother”

Minister for Health Dr Leo Varadkar speaks to Trinity politics society on his experience of being in government and of the marriage equality campaign as well as answering questions on a wide range of topics including the abortion debate

Trinity’s programme of events for the 1916 centenary launched this morning

The programme, which will involve lectures, exhibitions, films and book launches, will run throughout next year.


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