Harris has said that “the college experience will return for everyone from September” with activities being “overwhelmingly…on site from the new academic year”
Students are expected to make a long-awaited return to college campuses in September, government has confirmed with the publication of a new plan this afternoon.
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Innovation and Research Simon Harris has confirmed that students …
Results in the GSU sabbatical elections were expected to be released at 12pm but are so far delayed
Graduates Students Union (GSU) President candidate John Tighe has raised concerns over “serious irregularities” in the counting of votes in GSU sabbatical elections.
Results of the elections were due to be released at 12pm today. The University Times reported that …
Trinity has maintained its position as the highest ranked university in Ireland
Trinity has ranked 101st in the QS World University Rankings for 2022.
With this ranking, Trinity also maintains its position as the highest ranked university in Ireland for the second year in a row.
The QS rankings perform a c…
The three candidates for the union’s sabbatical positions were quizzed by students this evening
Candidates in the Graduates Students Union (GSU) sabbatical officer election faced questions from students at the campaign’s first and only hustings this evening.
The union’s presidency is being contested by Gisèle Scanlon, the incumbent, and John Tighe, a former member …
Tighe is running against incumbent president Gisèle Scanlon in the GSU sabbatical elections
Trinity’s Post Graduate Workers Alliance (PGWA) has endorsed John Tighe for president of the Graduates Students Union (GSU).
Tighe is currently running for the position against incumbent president Gisèle Scanlon. If elected, this would be Scanlon’s second term as president. …
Minister for Housing, Darragh O’Brien, and Minister for Heritage, Malcolm Noonan, made the announcement at the Old Library this afternoon
This afternoon, the government announced that €25 million in funding is to be dedicated to the Old Library Redevelopment Project.
Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien, and Minister for Heritage and Electoral Reform, Malcolm Noonan, made …
TCDSU have called on students to attend the protest kicking off at 4pm
Trinity Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign (BDS) and the Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC) are to host a protest in support of Palestine this afternoon. The protest is due to take place outside the Israeli embassy in Dublin City Centre …
As non-essential retail begins to open in the coming months, it will become increasingly clear that frontline workers have been let down by the government
The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted every single person in the country. Many have lost jobs, been isolated from loved ones and many are feeling the effects of one of the longest lockdowns in the world. Students are no different. However, …
Harris highlighted the “massive impact” Covid 19 has had on students, adding that “perhaps that hasn’t been discussed enough” and “we can never endure another college year like this one”
In a Dáil debate this morning, Minister for Further and Higher Education, Innovation and Research Simon Harris said government will support the Residential Tenancies bill, tabled by Sinn Fein, in its second stage.
If passed, the Residential Tenancies bill would …
The proposer of the motion, Dillon Broaders, said there has been “too much rhetoric, too many aspirations, too many goals and not near enough substance” in the fight against climate change in Trinity
At an extraordinary Council meeting this evening, the Trinity College Dublin Students Union (TCDSU) passed a motion mandating the President and the Environment Officer to lobby for the phasing out of all vehicular parking on campus “within a reasonable timeframe”. …