Results being issued later than normal will affect start dates for fresher students
Leaving Certificate results for 2021 will be issued to students on September 3, the Department of Education has announced.
Minister for Education Norma Foley made the announcement yesterday.
As this date is three weeks later than normal, it will affect …
Nominations for the sabbatical positions will open today and close on May 31, with voting to take place from June 9 to June 11
The Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) nominations open today for the sabbatical positions of president and vice-president,
Yesterday, the GSU Electoral Commission established the timeline for the elections of the union’s sabbatical officers.
In an email sent to postgraduate students, GSU …
Solidarity events are to be held across Ireland as part of Global Day of Action for Palestine
A March for Palestine, hosted by Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC) and Trinity Boycott Divest and Sanctions (BDS) Campaign is to be held in Dublin at 2pm today.
The event is part of a Global Day of Action for Palestine. Rallies, …
Trinity reported a 38% increase in first-preference applications this year, with 10,253 prospective students opting for College as their first choice
A record 84,000 prospective students have applied for college places in Ireland for the upcoming academic year, 2021/22.
The latest figures follow the May 1 deadline for late applications.
The record figure is thought to be due to a combination …
College receives planning permission for the Trinity East innovation hub
College has announced that students and staff are eligible to enter a competition with a prize of €150 by suggesting a name for the new innovation hub at Trinity East.
In an email to students, Provost Patrick Prendergast confirmed that …
Students living in Direct Provision will no longer have to pay international fees
Yesterday, government announced changes to fees for students living in Direct Provision.
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Simon Harris, and Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, Roderic O’Gorman, announced the new measures, which will be implemented in …
Aoife Cronin was elected with 91.8% of the vote
Aoife Cronin has been elected Communications and Marketing Officer of Trinity College Dublin Student Union (TCDSU), winning 91.8% of first preference votes on the first count.
In the only single-candidate race of this year’s TCDSU elections, there were 2006 valid …
The Trinity News poll suggests that Cronin could be set to win 91% of the vote
Running uncontested for the role of Communications and Marketing Officer, Aoife Cronin is on track to receive 91.5% of first preference votes, according to the poll conducted by Trinity News last week.
Uncontested candidates in Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union …
The sole Communications and Marketing Officer candidate Aoife Cronin said of TCDSU’s financial position that if students return to campus “the union will be fine”
Aoife Cronin is the sole candidate running for Communications & Marketing Officer in this year’s Trinity College Dublin Students Union (TCDSU) elections. The Communications Officer often represents the first point of contact between students and the SU. With the potential …
Tips for getting through an Irish winter in the midst of lockdown
It’s March in Ireland, which means it’s cold and bleak outside. And as if Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) wasn’t bad enough, the prospect of being locked down until March 5 is surely enough to make you want to …