With likely increases to restrictions in Dublin, many students may be left with restrictive rental agreements and reduced need for local accommodation
The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) has released a statement urging immediate action to protect student renters ahead of anticipated restrictions in Dublin.
The statement arrives as the likelihood of Dublin entering Level 3 of the Government’s Covid-19 roadmap …
The engineer has also designed cases for the Mona Lisa and the Crown Jewels
The new Book of Kells Treasury and display case to house the book were revealed today in the Old Library after a period of refurbishment.
The case was designed by Goppion, a display case manufacturer that has previously designed cases …
The proposed elective module would be the second of its kind in Ireland
A petition has been launched for Trinity to include a Black Studies module in its future electives programme following the ongoing debate on racial education in Ireland. The module would be the second of its kind in Ireland.
The petition, …
Semester 1 exams have been moved to after the Christmas period and will take place online
The start of the next academic year is to be pushed back by three weeks to September 28, with semester one exams to take place predominantly online in January.
In order to accommodate Michaelmas Term exams, both revision and assessment …
“It would help build a better future for our young people. That, more than anything, is why it’s a good idea”
Trinity Provost Patrick Pendergast has written an open letter calling for the foundation of a Department of Higher Education and Research. The letter, which was published in the Irish Times’ opinion section, says such a Department is the “best means” …
“I don’t think there will be any excuse for not bringing the kind of principles like inclusion, diversity, vision and community to college or graduate school”
Gisèle Scanlon wants to build a compassionate Graduate Students Union as GSU President, a goal fuelled by the promise that “my empathy will make me a good leader”. Scanlon brings four years of experience in the Graduate Students Union to …
Hustings took place on Monday as part of USI’s national congress
Candidates for officer positions in the Union of Students’ in Ireland (USI) outlined their stances on student issues over a livestream on Monday in a bid to attract delegates’ votes from students’ unions around the country.
The livestream acted as …
Global spread of coronavirus has made it difficult to guarantee foreign exchange plans, says College TSM office
Trinity’s TSM (Two Subject Moderatorship) office appeared to cast doubt over the possibility of foreign exchange programmes going ahead next year due to the coronavirus pandemic in an email circulated to all TSM Erasmus and Non-EU Exchange candidates in their …
In an interview yesterday on RTE Radio 1, Provost Patrick Prendergast suggested that Trinity Ball could be cancelled due to coronavirus fears
Trinity Provost Patrick Prendergast hinted that Trinity Ball could be cancelled due to coronavirus fears, in an interview yesterday on RTE Radio 1.
Although the Provost admitted that “a decision hasn’t been made on that yet”, he stated that it …
History, Classics and Sociology have decided to cease in person tutorials and seminars as well as lectures
Several Trinity departments have announced the cessation of all in person education in order to prevent spread of the coronavirus. The departments of Film, Classics, History and Sociology will halt all onsite lectures, tutorials and seminars from 9am tomorrow.