Offbeat Donuts will be selling donuts in the Students Union (SU) shop in House 6 from Monday of Freshers Week
Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) has launched a partnership with Offbeat Donuts which will see a donut stand in the SU shop in House 6 from Monday of Freshers Week.
Speaking of the partnership, Communications and Marketing Officer Úna …
The Glór naGael award for best Irish language student society was presented by Michael D. Higgins this week
Trinity’s Irish language society, An Cumann Gaelach, has won the Glór na nGael national competition for best Irish language student society for the fifth time, having previously won first prize in 2012, 2013, 2014 and again in 2016. President of …
The National Order of Merit is the second national Order after the Legion of Honor
Associate Professor in French, Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Sarah Alyn-Stacey, has been named a Knight of the National Order of Merit by French Ambassador to Ireland Jean-Pierre Thébault at a special ceremony that took place in Trinity.
Speaking at the …
The whistleblowers spoke out about irregular financial practices and consequent industrial relations problems
The Higher Education Authority (HEA) has spent over €75,000 so far examining how the University of Limerick (UL) handled three whistleblowers who spoke out against irregular financial practices and consequent industrial relations problems.
HEA officials told the Dáil Public Accounts …
DIT ranked above six Irish universities as Waterford IT, IT Tralee and GMIT continue to have “serious financial situations”
Ireland’s institutes of technology (ITs) have fared better than universities in the 2017 edition of U-Multirank. The study compares third level institutions under different headings including research, knowledge transfer and international orientation instead of overall rankings. Dublin Institute of Technology …
The study was carried out by Professor Gail McElroy and Professor Michael Marsh of the Department of Political Science
Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe, has launched major national study on Irish voter attitudes. The launch comes following the publication of research done by Professor Gail McElroy and Professor Michael Marsh in the Department of Political Science, …
The awards ceremony took place last week
The Irish Students Drama Association (ISDA) awards ceremony took place last week with Trinity’s drama society, DU Players, winning three prizes.
DU Players was nominated in 8 out of 16 categories including Best New Writing, Judges’ Discretionary Award 1 and …
The decision follows many political figures speaking against the policy this week
Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) has reversed a decision to require Garda vetting as an entry requirement for this year’s intake of students on its Access Foundation programme.
In a statement issued to Campus.ie, Head of Admissions Frank Costello said: …
Joint Oireachtas Committee on Education hears from DCU President over concerns about the possibility of rising CAO points due to Brexit
The UK’s exit from the European Union (EU) could lead to a significant increases in CAO points, Dublin City University (DCU) President Brian MacCraith has warned.
Speaking to the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Education, which is examining the impact …
DIT has advised applicants for the programme that Garda vetting will be an entry requirement for the 2017/18 academic year
Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) has advised applicants for its Access Foundation programme that Garda vetting is now an entry requirement for this year’s intake of students. The programme, which prepares students for third-level study, is for mature students and …