In addition, two universities have paid large, additional sums to staff members, and widespread non-compliance with procedural rules have been found
Several Irish universities have resisted declaring tens of millions of euro in private trusts and foundations in their accounts, according to the Irish Times.
An audit of Irish university accounts has also revealed that many universities have failed to comply …
The result follows three other universities voting in favour of reunification
The University of Limerick Students’ Union (ULSU) has voted to support a stance in favour of a united Ireland. The results were announced today, April 19. With a turnout of 2,166 students, 77.05% students voted in favour of the motion. …
The motion was proposed by Sinn Fein at NUIG
NUI Galway Students’ Union (NUIGSU) has voted to support the reunification of Ireland and will now call on the Irish government to hold a referendum on the issue.
The motion was proposed by Sinn Féin at the National University of …
SU President Kieran McNulty launches petition to extend access to gender neutral bathrooms to TBSI
Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) President Kieran McNulty has launched a petition for the College Board to create gender-neutral bathrooms in the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute (TBSI) on Pearse Street following the implementation of three gender neutral bathrooms in …
College joins a worldwide initiative to break financial ties with the fossil fuel industry
Trinity College has announced today its intention to sell off investments in fossil fuel companies, becoming the first Irish university to do so. The move comes in response to a 15 month student campaign, spearheaded in Trinity by Fossil Free …
Harm prevention, medicinal uses of cannabis and the HSE’s naloxone demonstration project are among the topics discussed at the event on Saturday
Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) chapters of Ireland convened at the Boole lecture hall in University College Cork (UCC) on Saturday. They are calling for change in drug policy and education in Ireland, reflecting the growing number of college …
While this is the second loss in a row for Trinity, there are some positives to be gleaned from their performance
DULFC fell to NUIG in the final SSI match before the Christmas break. Despite the deceptive scoreline, Trinity remained competitive throughout and only a flurry of tries by NUIG in the closing minutes separated the teams.
In the first half, …