Editorial

Editorial

Mhol an Coláiste do Mhic Léinn Lóistín a Fháil. Is Comhréiteach í Aisíocaíocht

D’fhógair an Coláiste an tseachtain seo go gcuirfear aisíocaíocht ar fáil dóibh siúd a theastaíonn ceann uathu ar bhonn pro rata, gan an tréimhse fógraíochta ceithre sheachtain san áireamh.
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In the School of Medicine, a Damning Report Begs the Question: What Now?

In 2018, the Irish Medical Council gave the School two years to fix a ream of problems facing students on badly planned placements.
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College Encouraged Students to Move into Rooms. Refunds Are an Olive Branch

College announced this week that students who want a refund will be refunded on a pro-rata basis, minus the four weeks notice period.
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If College Wants Strict Rules in Halls, It Must Work With Students – Not Against Them

Students this week spoke out about the intimidating atmosphere in Halls in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Budget 2021 Betrays a Lack of Vision for Third-Level Sector

Many third-level sectors were disappointed by Budget 2021 this year.
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The IUA’s Message to the Govt is Clear: Third-Level Is Central to Economic Recovery

The IUA’s pre-budget submission sought €538 million in funding for the sector.
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Cutting ERC Funding Will Have Unforeseen Consequences

The European Research Council is set to lose €1.4 billion in funding due to the economic effects of the pandemic.
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Schols is Elitist, But It’s Unclear How Proposed Changes Will Improve its Accessibility

The Senior Lecturer brought proposed changes to Schols exams to University Council in February.
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The Hist Has Allowed Itself to be Bullied Into Turning on Free Speech

Last Sunday, the Hist revoked an invitation to Richard Dawkins to speak to the society.
By The Editorial Board
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The Government’s Handling of Moving All Colleges Online Has Been Dismal

On Friday evening, the government announced all higher-education institutions would have to move online.