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The obstacles and privileges to university admittance are alive and well

While these barriers to entry are finally beginning to crack, we need to address how privilege and wealth still dictate university placement for many

A Leaving Certificate student recently challenged the State Examination Commission’s policy to not re-check points in time to obtain their university place. Rebecca Carter had to fight for her place on the course that she would have been accepted into,

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Trinity partner with Irish Times for Citizen Science initiative

The initiative will give readers and citizens the opportunity to voice their opinions on scientific topics.

Trinity is partnering with The Irish Times to work on a new Citizen Science initiative from which a number of different projects will be developed and promoted. Members of the public will be asked to fill out a questionnaire based

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Trinity Science Gallery director appointed head of National Museum of Ireland

Director Lynn Scarff has been appointed as the Director of the National Museum of Ireland following over a decade at the Science Gallery.

Trinity Science Gallery Director Lynn Scarff has been appointed as the new Director of the National Museum of Ireland. She will take up this position in May 2018.  

Congratulating Scarff on her new role, Vice Provost of College, Chris Morash

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6 Syrian refugees to take part in media workshop in Trinity

The participants will learn to create digital content as part of the ‘Ismani’ programme.

Six displaced people from Syria will begin a digital media workshop at the CONNECT Centre in Trinity College Dublin (TCD)  today. The participants will learn to create digital content as part of the ‘Ismani’ programme.  The six are from the

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Trinity students to launch boycott campaign against Westland Eats caterer

The boycott of Aramark relates to the company’s relationship with three direct provision centres.

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A group of Trinity students are starting a campaign to boycott the Aramark company,which is the College-appointed food caterer for Westland Eats in the Hamilton building, due to its connection to direct provision centres.

The campaign is using

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A crash course to studying General Science in Trinity

Last year’s junior freshmen give their advice on navigating one of the biggest courses in our university


Last September, the Junior Freshman students of 2016/17 waited in anticipation for their first experience of third level education to begin. General Science differs from many college courses, in that a single time-table is not administered during orientation week.

Instead, …

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UCD is Ireland’s best university for getting a job

University College Dublin (UCD) ranks 75th and is followed by Trinity at 111-120

Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) global higher education analysts and career advice specialists have announced the world’s 500 leading universities for graduate employability. The rankings indicate that University College Dublin (UCD) is the strongest provider of highly employable graduates. It ranks 75

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Trinity Dental Technology student loses €1,450 in rental scam

  Charlotte Kershaw, a Senior Sophister student in Dental Technology at Trinity, lost €1,450 on rental accommodation advertised through the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) Facebook page. 

When speaking to Trinity News, Kershaw said: “The girl advertising it was ‘the previous

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Rise in first preference applications to Trinity

Points for Law and Management Science and Information System Studies (MSISS) have increased from 535 to 542 and 565 to 578 points respectively

Trinity has continued an upward trend in first preference applications this year, with 8,278 students placing Trinity at the top of their Central Applications Office (CAO) choice form. A total of 18,624 students applied to Trinity, which is a fifth

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