The Phil cancels debate on Middle Eastern women needing Western Feminism

The motion has been cancelled following numerous complaints

The University Philosophical Society (the Phil) has cancelled its debate on the motion “This House Believes that Middle Eastern Women Need Western Feminism” following numerous complaints from students.

In a statement issued on Facebook this evening, the Phil outlined that …

Library services to be unavailable this Thursday

Library services to be reduced as systems undergo maintenance

The Library is encouraging students and staff to make requests, inter-library loans and borrowing materials before a service interruption later this week when these Library services are to be reduced or unavailable. 

A “complete system downtime” is needed from 7:30

Lecturers in Waterford and Carlow to take industrial action

Lack of communication on Technological University status application cited as a cause

Lecturers at Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) and Institute of Technology Carlow (IT Carlow) are set to stage a work-for-rule to highlight concerns over the application process for Technological University status.

Academic staff who are members of Teachers’ Union of

TCDSU receives complaints on Phil feminism debate

The motion is “This House Believes Middle Eastern Women Need Western Feminism”

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) has received numerous complaints on the motion to be debated by the University Philosophical Society (the Phil) on Thursday evening, “This House Believes That Middle Eastern Women Need Western Feminism”.

TCDSU Ethnic Minorities Officer,

Trinity student wins at Undergraduate Awards

Lyndsay Walsh won in the Earth and Environmental Sciences category

Trinity student Lyndsay Walsh is the global winner of the Undergraduate Awards 2018 Earth and Environmental Sciences category.

Speaking to Trinity News, Walsh announced that she is “absolutely delighted” to have received the award. “I would definitely recommend it to …

Trinity signs charter calling for less “rigid” government policy in higher education

Seven Irish universities signed the charter this morning

Trinity is among seven Irish universities launching a joint campaign today aimed at improving standards of third level education in Ireland.

The seven universities which comprise the Irish Universities Association (IUA) signed a charter which outlines what they believe is

Trinity international students suffer health problems from mouldy apartment in Kavanagh Court

The €1000 a month accommodation is advertised on Trinity’s website as “top of the range”

Two international students living in Kavanagh Court have suffered health problems due to mould growing in their apartment according to the Irish Independent. The claims emerged this morning when the Irish Independent published images showing the extent of the mould.

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