1,600 students made over 20,000 individual module enrolments yesterday
System errors related to the assigned capacities of several modules was the cause of the delay in module enrolment opening yesterday, College has said.
1,600 students have made over 20,000 individual module enrolments since yesterday afternoon.
In a statement this …
TCDSU Ents are set to organise several outdoor student events using the temporary marquee
Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) has announced that a temporary marquee is to be erected in front of the Pavillion Bar (the Pav) at College Park.
The marquee is to be erected on September 6 until October 4, due …
The building has had limited accessibility since last Friday
The Arts building is now accessible following essential electrical upgrades in the building. The electrical upgrades were deemed essential after a power outage in the building on August 13.
Last Friday students and staff received an email from Estates and …
€900,000 was stolen in rental scams between February 2019 and May 2021
Yesterday, An Garda Síochana (AGS) issued an official statement warning students of accommodation fraud ahead of the new academic year.
503 cases of rental scams occurred between 1 February 2019 and 31 May 2021, which amounted to over €900,000 stolen …
Former Lord Mayor of Dublin needs support from ten Trinity graduates to be eligible.
Former Lord Mayor of Dublin, Dublin City Council councillor and Green Party chairwoman Hazel Chu is considering running in College’s Seanad byelection.
Chu is a Politics and History graduate of University College Dublin, as well as a Law graduate of …
The UniCoV project launched last month is open to 8,000 student and staff volunteers and requires saliva samples twice weekly
This morning, Simon Harris has urged Irish universities to sign up for a pilot antigen testing project to get students back on campus in September.
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris urges students across …
Austick also discussed the expected reopening of higher education in September and vaccination rates of young people
Last night, President of the Union of Students’ of Ireland (USI) Claire Austick discussed the effects of recently announced Covid-19 restrictions on students.
Appearing on Virgin Media’s ‘The Tonight Show’, Austick was interviewed by Matt Cooper on the effect of …
Filming for the 12-part BBC Three/Hulu series will also take place the following week
Filming for the televised adaptation of Sally Rooney’s ‘Conversations with Friends’ will take place on campus next Monday and Tuesday. College made the announcement in an email to all students and staff yesterday afternoon.
Subsequent filming will take place on …
Fees for September to May range from €8,059 to €14,465, depending on the residence
University College Dublin (UCD) recently published the pricing for all on-campus student accommodation for the next academic year. Fees for September 2021 to May 2022 range from €8,059.33 to €14,465, depending on the residence.
During the 2020/21 academic year, the …
Bhattacharjee envisions a year “full of wins”, promising in-person events and supports for international students
Abhisweta Bhattacharjee is an MSc student in Applied Psychology at Trinity, hailing from West Bengal in eastern India. She completed her BSc in Psychology at the Victoria Institution (College) in Kolkata in 2018. Bhattacharjee is the incumbent Vice President (VP) …