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A headshot of Dolores Cahill.

Far-right professor Dolores Cahill no longer employed by UCD

A UK arrest warrant was recently issued for Cahill after her participation in a rally at Trafalgar Square last September

Far-right professor Dolores Cahill is no longer employed at University College Dublin (UCD).

Cahill is no longer listed as a staff member on UCD’s website and The Journal have reported that she is no longer an employee of the institution. …

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TCDSU reaffirms commitment to stand for “all students” amid GSU constitutional crisis

Chair of the GSU Board Dr John Walsh has described the situation as “farcical” after GSU President Gisele Scanlon ordered the board to resign last night

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Trinity College Dublin Students Union (TCDSU) has reaffirmed its commitment to stand for all students. 

This comes amid an ongoing constitutional crisis within the Graduates Students Union (GSU). 

Speaking to Trinity News, TCDSU Education Officer Bev Genockey said that the

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TCDSU to attend Housing protest outside the Dáil tomorrow

TCDSU are joining CATU and People Before Profit at the National Homeless and Housing Committee protest outside of Dáil Eireann tomorrow

Trinity College Dublin Students Union (TCDSU) are to attend the housing protest outside of Dáil Eireann.

TCDSU will attend the protest organised by the National Homeless and Housing Committee tomorrow along with several other bodies, including the Community Action and

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Prince Albert II of Monaco visits Trinity

Prince Albert’s visit marks a major donation to the Old Library conservation project

His Serene Highness (HSH) Prince Albert of Monaco visited Trinity today.

His visit marks a major donation to the Old Library Conservation project. The donation was marked by two unveiling ceremonies.

Both Prince Albert and Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene

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Eamon Ryan: It’ll be up to societies and student unions to apply new restrictions

Minister Eamon Ryan has said that it will be up to societies and students unions to ensure “that there is a social life in our colleges”

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Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan has said that it will be up to societies and students unions to apply newly announced restrictions.

Ryan has highlighted societies and students unions as crucial in ensuring that “there is a social life in

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UCC Bystander Intervention Team launch national campaign

The team are to run Bystander Intervention training initiatives for HEI’s on September 3

University College Cork’s (UCC) Bystander Intervention team have launched their national training campaign. 

They are inviting staff and students of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) to register for the training taking place on September 3.

UCC Bystander Intervention aims to raise

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Trinity to adopt a two-phase return to campus

College today gave details on how in-person activities will operate until November 1, after which restrictions will “relax”

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Trinity is to adopt a two-phase approach in the return to campus with restrictions easing after reading week, Provost Linda Doyle has announced.

Doyle announced this morning in an email to students and staff that there will be a phased …