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After Complaints, Law School Organises New Lecturer

Complaints were made after Brendan Guildea’s first class.
By Eleanor O'Mahony
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Trinity’s Jane Ohlmeyer Sits Down with Joe Biden

Biden met with Ohlmeyer to celebrate the launch of 'The Cambridge History of Ireland', a book she co-edited.
By Orla Murnaghan
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USI Stages Protest Outside Private Student Accommodation

The national union protested outside a private purpose-built accommodation complex at Dorset Point.
By Eleanor O'Mahony
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Crumlin Occupation and O’Connell St Shutdown, as Students Hit Back at Housing Crisis

Protestors have occupied a building in Crumlin as part of the national day of action organised by Take Back the City.
By Jack Synnott
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Trinity’s ADAPT Centre Launches €5m FinTech Strategy

The project was launched yesterday by ADAPT alongside the Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe.
By Emma Donohoe
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Students Vote Overwhelmingly in Favour of Smoke-Free Campus

More than 70 per cent of voters opted to support Tobacco Free Trinity in a vote held alongside class representative elections.
By Aoife Kearins
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Trinity Biologists Reveal Secret Speed of Basking Sharks

New research suggests that basking sharks, long thought to be slow creatures, can jump as fast and high as great white sharks.
By Emma Donohoe
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TCDSU to Allow Re-Open Nominations Vote in Uncontested Class Rep Election

Following a formal request by a student, one class will now have the option to vote for a re-opening of nominations instead of for the sole candidate running.
By Eleanor O'Mahony
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Over €6,000 Raised for Postgraduate Student Hardship Fund

Academics from Trinity cycled over 200km to raise money for the financial assistance fund.
By Nadine Fitzpatrick
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Trinity to Loan Book of Durrow to the British Library

The British Library is borrowing the 1,300 year-old book for an exhibition exploring the art, culture and ideas of the Anglo-Saxon period.
By Emma-Louise Nolan