An Taisce and a number of Trinity alumni have raised concerns about the planned development
Plans submitted for the proposed €52 million redevelopment of Oisin House on Pearse Street have recently come under fire from both An Taisce and a number of college alumni.
The planning permission proposal, submitted on the 6th of November 2015 …
The occupation is to continue indefinitely until the campaign group receives a pledge to divest from fossil fuels from university authorities
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 …
The programme, which will involve lectures, exhibitions, films and book launches, will run throughout next year
Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Heather Humphreys launched Trinity College Dublin’s programme of events for next year’s centennial commemoration of the 1916 rising this morning. The launch took place in the Long Room of the Old Library.
Campbell discussed the nature of success in the context of politics, journalism and the wider world
Alastair Campbell, writer, communicator and spokesman for former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, was awarded the Praeses Elit Award by TCD Law Society this afternoon.
Michael McDowell SC, former Tánaiste and Attorney General of Ireland, hosted the event.
Speaking with …