Long-Awaited Student Nap Room Opens in Goldsmith Hall

The nap room, a campaign promise of Aoibhinn Loughlin, TCDSU Welfare Officer, comes as the union is working to develop more student spaces.
By Dominic McGrath

Review of College’s Data Protection Policy Finds Positives, But Warns of Risks

The review called for the introduction of a Data Protection Officer, as well as better data protection training.
By Aoife O'Donoghue

Student Nurses Set to Lose Supervision During INMO Strike

The strike, which will take place on March 7th, will see nurses across the country take part in the work to rule campaign.
By Grace D’Arcy

Trinity’s Luke O’Neill to Lead New Collaborative PhD Programme Between College and GlaxoSmithKline

O'Neill will be conducting interviews in the coming weeks to select candidates for the fully-funded PhD.
By Brónagh Kennedy

Complex Metrics and Rankings Committees: The Measurements Taking over Universities

From a conference in Trinity to the Provost's Rankings Committee, more energy than ever is being poured into improving a university's ranking.
By Róisín Power

Trinity to Acquire Iveagh Grounds Sports Facility in Coming Weeks

Despite previous reports that talks had reached an impasse, progress is ongoing and will be concluded in the coming weeks, according to Trinity's Chief Financial Officer.
By Aisling Marren

Failure to Recruit Top Academics Sees Trinity Develop a New Method for Strategic Hires

Trinity will seek to offer more attractive salary packages, with hopes that the new strategic hires scheme could be funded by philanthropic donations.
By Aisling Marren

Trinity’s Total Income Rose to €355 million in 2015/16, a 7% Increase from the Previous Year

The increase in income comes as Trinity has become less reliant on state funding, with the majority of financial support coming from non-exchequer sources.
By Daniel O'Beirne

Referendum for the Support of a €7 Million Student Centre Before the End of Term

In an addition to fundraising and a potential loan for the College, a new student levy introduced to fund the centre would introduced, only charging students that will get use out of the centre.
By Christoper McMahon and Philip McGuinness

More Than Half of Students Would Support a Tax Increase to Achieve Free Fees

18.2 per cent of over 1,000 students polled said they would not support such an increase.
By Christopher McMahon