Editorial

Editorial

The Business School is Great for Trinity. Other Schools Deserve Similar Attention

Dean of Trinity Business School Andrew Burke told staff that if Hogan were not elected, it would be a 'risk' to the school's gains made over recent years.
Editorial

The GSU is in Freefall. What Can Be Done by the End of the Year?

A number of postgraduates are calling for the impeachment of the union’s president and vice president.
Editorial

The Chemistry Staff’s Frustrations with Blanket COVID Rules are Justified

Last month, most chemistry laboratory practicals were cancelled because of new College guidelines.
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The Election of Linda Doyle Marks a New Era for Trinity

Prof Linda Doyle was yesterday elected Provost of Trinity, making her the first female provost in College’s history.
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Harris’s Rapid Testing Plans Acknowledge that COVID isn’t Going Anywhere Fast

This week, Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris said he hopes to see rapid antigen testing rolled out in third-level institutions next academic year.
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No Good Can Come From the GSU Divesting From TCDSU

A motion was tabled this week that would see the Graduate Students’ Union formally split from TCDSU.
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Govt Must Listen to Trinity’s Case for an Exemption From Board Restructuring

Trinity has requested that it be exempted from proposed reforms to management recommended by the government.
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In Dealing With Brendan Leahy, College Must Act Swiftly and Prudently

Trinity’s head of Estates and Facilities was convicted of sexually assaulting a woman in 2018 this week.
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Cén fáth nár Cheart Ainm eile a Thabhairt ar Amharclann Samuel Beckett

An tseachtain seo, tuairiscíodh go raibh an Tríonóid chun an Amharclann Samuel Beckett a athainmniú mar Lárionad na hEalaíona Cruthaitheacha.
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Why it’s Wrong to Rename the Samuel Beckett Theatre

This week, it was reported that Trinity plans to rename the Samuel Beckett Theatre as the Centre for Creative Arts.