Last night, TCDSU council passed a motion to lobby against annual international student fee increases.
The 2020 US presidential election, scheduled for November 3rd, has pitted sectors of the nation against each other.
Recent biomedical research has dedicated an extensive amount of attention to the “bugs” that aid us in digestion, the production of vitamins and the fight against virulent pathogens.
Under the proposed budget cuts, the European Research Council may not be able to award nearly 700 grants for fundamental research.
In 2019, Ireland passed the Qualifications and Quality Assurance (Education and Training) Amendment Act to tackle a growing trend in academic misconduct driven by essay mills.
For over 20 years, students have been volunteering for the NiteLine phone and messaging service which students can call free of charge every night of the week.
The student-led initiative will pit 13 of Ireland’s universities and colleges against one another in a competition to see which student population can donate the most blood.
A compilation of Trinity's CAO points over the past six years shows just how dramatically points have shot up as a result of the new grading system.
Academics weigh in on what the new module could, and should, look like when it is launched in Hilary Term.
Students talk about their experiences during the pandemic, and the difficulties they faced.