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Trinity to reopen tomorrow

The Department of Education and Skills left the decision for third-level institutions to open tomorrow at the discretion of each college

  Trinity is to reopen on Tuesday, October 17, after College was closed today due to Hurricane Ophelia. The Department of Education and Skills left the decision to open tomorrow at the discretion of each institution. Trinity tweeted that normal college …

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Error in Trinity Hall applications means students asked for incorrect word count

The error on the application advised student that the word limit for the application was 250 characters, rather than 250 words

An error in the application form for Trinity Hall advised incoming first year students that the limit for the application was 250 characters. However, the limit was in fact 250 words, or 1800 characters.

Speaking to Trinity News, Trinity College

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Number of British students applying to Irish colleges drops by 10%

The number of Irish students applying to UK universities has also dropped significantly

The number of British students applying to Irish universities has fallen by 10% in 2016, according to The Irish Times. The decrease is in response to a potential rise in fees following the Brexit vote, as British students may be

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Trinity to build a technology campus at Grand Canal Dock

The first phase of the construction will cost €250 million

Trinity are to build a technology-centered campus at Grand Canal Dock, according to The Irish Times. The first phase of the construction will cost €250 million and is part of a €1 billion plan to develop the district.

Trinity has

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Ryanair to fund business school professor

Trinity’s Business School will receive €1.5 million from the airline over the next five years

Ryanair will fund a new Trinity Professor of Entrepreneurship starting from September 2017. The Ryanair Fund will see Trinity Business School receive €1.5 million over the next five years.

The new Ryanair sponsored Professor of Entrepreneurship in the Business School

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Belarusian students imprisoned in peaceful protests

Belarusian students have been imprisoned over peaceful protests against a tax on the unemployed

Belarusian students have been imprisoned over peaceful protests against a tax on the unemployed.

Belarusians have been protesting since early February against a tax of BYR 460, which is equivalent to €330, to those who have been unemployed for more

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TMT presents West Side Story

Trinity Life speaks to the cast and crew of Trinity Musical Theatre Society’s first production

This Wednesday to Friday, Trinity Musical Theatre Society (TMT) will be presenting their very own adaption of the classic West Side Story. The tale of two star-crossed lovers is about to take over the O’Reilly Theatre, where the audience will

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UCD set to reform arts degree courses

The changes will take effect in September 2018 and hope to improve employment opportunities for graduates

University College Dublin (UCD) are set to reform arts degree courses as a means to improve the employability of its students, according to the Irish Times. Changes to the degree include internship and Erasmus opportunities, which will extend some courses …

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Hustings on Irish reunification preferendum takes place

The hustings took place on the Dining Hall steps this afternoon

The hustings on the Irish reunification campaign took place today at 2pm on the Dining Hall steps. Campaigning in the referendum started on March 9, with voting in the preferendum taking place tomorrow and Wednesday, March 14 and 15.

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