Mid-pandemic, colleges around the world are turning to online teaching. Minerva – a global college with no campus – has been doing it for years.
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.
Founded by third-year Trinity student Tom McCarthy, Patch is a six-week summer accelerator programme for Ireland’s brightest young students.
Students who live in insecure conditions, including ‘couch-surfers’, aren’t always considered when we think of Ireland’s homelessness problem.
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.
A peculiar and humble man, George Francis Fitzgerald has been largely forgotten – despite his mighty contributions.
Third-level students in Ireland's direct provision system say the virus has laid bare – again – the unworkability of the system.
Over the past 10 years, the UK has seen a surge in interdisciplinary teaching, with a different vision of what college should teach students.
Five years on from the marriage equality referendum, those who led the student campaign say creativity was crucial to influencing debate.
USI’s president is running unopposed for a second term. There’s still plenty to be done, she says.