Today's announcement by Trinity that students can go on Erasmus or Study Abroad in the first semester will have come as a surprise to many.
Abhiswetta Bhattacharjee won the race for the GSU's vice-presidency, after an online election that saw over 670 postgraduates vote.
This week, this newspaper published a slew of details about the options Trinity is considering for getting back to teaching next year.
A decision on second-semester Erasmus exchanges will be made in September.
Countries led by women will recover sooner from a looming recession, joint research between Trinity and the University of Pretoria has found.
Affected students were told they will continue their studies in UCC after the summer break.
UCD is considering a raft of provisional changes for teaching next year, the College Tribune has reported.
At an internal meeting, Provost Patrick Prendergast said students will need to ensure ‘kitchens and shared spaces are kept clean and tidy of all times’.
Exciting Times will be produced in the US by Black Bear Pictures, the company that produced Alan Turing biopic The Imitation Game.
UL students have been told they must engage with the UL subsidiary that runs its accommodation if they want to sort out refunds.