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Trinity students pay nearly €600,000 in library fines as USI voices concerns

Trinity students pay more in fines than any of Ireland’s seven universities

NEWS

The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) has voiced concern that rising library fines are potentially being used by universities as a “money making mechanism.” Figures obtained by The Herald under the Freedom of Information Act reveal that students paid …

Sport

Learning to manage my mental health

Dáire O’Driscoll opens up about his struggle with anxiety

Health and Wellbeing

“It was only later that I realised all of these moments of insomnia, heart palpitations, shortness of breath and paranoia were panic attacks”

Statistics about mental health always seemed so abstract to me. The leading cause of

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Alert issued by the UL following outbreak of STDs

The alert was issued by email today

NEWS

The University of Limerick has issued an “urgent alert” to its student body via email today regarding an outbreak of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).

The email alert, sent out by Dr Ronan Ryder on behalf of the Student Health Centre,

Sport

Trinity success at water polo intervarsities

Trinity water polo has done the double for the second time in three years after its men’s and women’s teams beat NUIG and DIT respectively at their annual intervarsities.

sport1The phrase “golden generation” is a relatively modern one, more modern than most would assume. The term was first used by the Portuguese media around 2000 while referring to the emergence of a group of talented young footballers, most notably …