Editorial

Editorial

Six New College Buildings is Music to the Ears of Third-Level’s Stakeholders

Higher Education Minister Simon Harris announced the tender for six new higher education buildings this week.
Editorial

Trinity’s Swimming Pool Has Long Been Neglected. Time for College to Take Action

Trinity’s swimming pool has now been closed indefinitely, awaiting repairs.
Editorial

Easing College Grant Rules Means Little to Asylum Seekers With Deportation Orders

Asylum seekers will no longer need to have completed the leaving certificate to qualify for a college grant.
By The Editorial Board
Editorial

School Safety Plans Show PhDs Should Not Be Treated as an ‘Afterthought’

PhD students complained this week about a lack of communication from College surrounding the reopening.
By The Editorial Board
Editorial

Students Need a Voice in the Implementation of On-Campus Coronavirus Rules

The government this week released public health guidelines for universities reopening in the Autumn.
By The Editorial Board
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Tourism is Important to Trinity, But Public Health Must Come First

Tourists will be welcomed back onto Trinity’s campus tomorrow on a limited basis.
By The Editorial Board
Editorial

Higher Education Needs More Action and Fewer Surveys on Sexual Violence

Harris this week drew praise for a series of initiatives he launched to tackle sexual violence on campus.
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Drunken Behaviour in Halls is a Problem. Limiting Bedspaces is not the Answer

Concerned residents around Halls are trying to block College from building more bedspaces in Halls.
Editorial

A Month Since its Creation, the Higher Education Dept is Proving its Worth

The government announced a €168 million package for third-level this week, just months after saying that universities would have to fend for themselves during the pandemic.
Editorial

The CSC has Handled Freshers’ Week Prudently. Universities Should Take Notes

The CSC this week said that freshers’ fair would be physically ‘hugely restricted’.