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How Washington Students Took on Trinity’s Biggest Food Vendor – and Won

In 2011, students in the University of Washington forced their college to end a 20-year contract with Sodexo.
By Cormac Watson
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In a Pandemic, a Virtual Erasmus Offers a New Way of Crossing Cultures

Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange is a pilot project of the European Commission. Its champions say it's a new way of learning – culturally and pedagogically.
By Naoise D’Arcy
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What the Coronavirus Can Tell Us About Climate Change

The lockdown has changed human behaviour. What does this tell us about the climate change fight?
By Alix Pletcher
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The Generation COVID: A Tale of Graduates Entering the Unknown

Trinity researchers are trying to predict what the future is for school leavers and graduates as a result of the coronavirus.
By Emma Taggart
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In Lockdown, Lessons from Minerva – an Online College With No Campus

Mid-pandemic, colleges around the world are turning to online teaching. Minerva – a global college with no campus – has been doing it for years.
By Emma Taggart
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In Trinity and Columbia, Twin Archivist Projects Map a Pandemic in Real Time

Living in Lockdown, a Trinity project, is chronicling the pandemic in a new way. In the US, a similar project is taking place in Columbia University.
By Gillian O'Neill
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A Trinity-Linked Programme Opens Doors for the Innovators of the Future

Founded by third-year Trinity student Tom McCarthy, Patch is a six-week summer accelerator programme for Ireland’s brightest young students.
By Naoise D’Arcy
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On Student Homelessness, Experts Say a Data Vacuum is Hampering Change

Students who live in insecure conditions, including ‘couch-surfers’, aren’t always considered when we think of Ireland’s homelessness problem.
By Gillian O'Neill
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In UCD, Academics Push Pandemic-Era Research – Inside the Lab and Out

With a contact tracing centre, and research that’s likely to be crucial to how Ireland manages the virus, UCD is at the coalface of pandemic research.
By Annasthasia Fitzgerald
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‘Flightless Fitzgerald’: Remembering One of Trinity’s Greatest Scientific Pioneers

A peculiar and humble man, George Francis Fitzgerald has been largely forgotten – despite his mighty contributions.
By Gillian O'Neill