PostGrads at Cost of Living Crisis Protest

Postgraduate Workers’ Organisation to march to Dáil

The organisation is demanding better conditions for postgraduate researchers, highlighting poor pay and working conditions

The Postgraduate Workers’ Organisation (PWO) is to march from Front Square to the Dáil next Thursday, March 23 to demand better conditions for postgraduate researchers in Ireland.

In a post on Instagram today the organisation highlighted that the maximum PhD …

News Analysis

President race: Molnárfi leads poll across the board in president race but change still possible

László Molnárfi leads the president candidates by a significant margin

This year’s presidential race appears to be taking a traditional pathway: three candidates, one defined by her experience in the union; one defined by his stance against the union’s bureaucracy and disconnect from the student body, and a moderate outsider


Twelve College research projects granted Irish Research Council funding

The New Foundations programme seeks to assist government policy development funding research into national challenges

Twelve Trinity research projects have been granted funding from the Irish Research Council’s (IRC) New Foundations programme.

The programme seeks to assist government policy development by providing funding for research into issues facing the country.

Sixty-seven projects have been granted …


Teachers and students criticise plans for Leaving Cert reform

Government have announced plans to carry out certain Leaving Certificate exams during fifth year

The Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) have voiced their concerns over the government’s intention to examine students on paper one of the Leaving Certificate English and Irish courses at the end of fifth year.

The union, which represents over 19,000 …