Minister Simon Harris has urged eligible students to claim the €500 fee reduction
Three in four students have not claimed a grant that would give them a €500 reduction from the student contribution fee, according to Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation Simon Harris.
Budget 2023 introduced a measure allowing students …
Formed in 1770, the College Historical Society will be 254 years old next March
The College Historical Society (the Hist) has been recognised as the world’s oldest student society by the Guinness World Records (GWR).
This recognition comes after a two-year campaign as the society proved through photographic and archival evidence that it had …
Registration to partake in the consultation is open until July 27 and asks for ideas on how the State should deal with disposable e-cigarettes.
Student start-up VapeBox is calling on students to submit to a government consultation on disposable vapes.
The consultation, established by the Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications, is open until July 27 and asks for ideas on how …
A study carried out by Active* Consent to promote positive sexual health among college students examines the role of alcohol and drugs on sexual violence
Unwanted sexual touching was reported by 42.4% of women and 50% of non binary individuals in data gathered by the 2020 Sexual Experiences Survey carried out by the Active* Consent programme.
Almost 30% of women and non binary individuals reported …
New traffic management measures announced by Dublin City Council aim to remedy traffic congestion in the city.
Private cars are to be permanently banned from College Green from the end of the month as part of new traffic regulations announced by Dublin City Council (DCC).
The College Green Pathfinder Project will see the implementation of a 24/7 …
“This legislation will shape the research landscape for generations and so it is critical that we get it right”
Over 1,400 people have signed an open letter calling on Minister Simon Harris to consult with researchers on proposed legislation regarding the future of research and innovation in Ireland.
The open letter, posted to change.org by Professor Jane Ohlmeyer, …
Since 1801 Trinity College Library has been the only Irish library which has access to UK’s Legal Deposit allowing access to publications in both Ireland and the UK
Today, the Library of Trinity College Dublin marked the 10th anniversary of the collection and preservation of digital publication along with other legal deposit libraries in the UK.
Legal deposit libraries include the Library of Trinity College Dublin, the …
Professor Jane Ohlmeyer received the European Research Council Advanced Grant, the most competitive of all award categories
€2.5 million of research funding has been awarded to a project seeking to recover the lived experiences of women in early modern Ireland, including their roles in society, and experiences of trauma.
The Advanced Grant, described as the most competitive …
The interfaith service will be held in the College Chapel on 31 March
A memorial service in memory of Trinity students who have passed away since 2020 will be held on Friday 31 March. The service will take place at 5pm in the College Chapel.
During the service, family and friends will be …
This inter-faith act of remembrance will provide staff, students and families with the opportunity to commemorate and express gratitude to those who donated their remains to Medical Science
An inter-faith act of remembrance will be held in the College Chapel on Thursday, March 23, in memory of those who donated their remains to Medical Science.
The ceremony, which will last approximately 45 minutes, is an opportunity for staff …