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Trinity Business School Construction Plan Approved By Dublin City Council

The new building, to be completed by 2018, will see the demolition of two College buildings and the refurbishment of some Pearse Street premises.
By Paul Glynn
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USI Calls on Government to Decriminalise Drugs

The union has submitted a report to the Oireachtas calling for increased investment in drug rehabilitation and education programmes.
By Paul Glynn
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Three-quarters of Trinity Respondents to Survey use Drugs, with Majority Unconcerned About its Impact

National Student Drug Survey results lead Lynn Ruane to question whether students understand true impact of drugs.
By Edmund Heaphy
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Even After Five Months of Third Level, Students Still Struggle, Report Finds

A national report led by Trinity academic has investigated the student experience of transition from second to third level.
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Trinity Wins Prestigious Gender Equality Award

College and three of its schools receive bronze award for advancement of gender equality in the sciences.
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Irish Teenagers Unable to Identify Depression in Friends, Trinity Study Shows

Young Irish people were also less likely to seek adult support for friends with depression.
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Key Genetic Discovery in Alcohol Abuse Made by Team with Trinity Scientist

Dr Arun Bokde is a member of an international team, which made the discovering based on research with fruit flies.
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German President Visits Trinity as Part of Three-day Ireland Trip

Joachim Gauck visited the Book of Kells, and was greeted by the Provost.
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Trinity’s Zoological Museum Receives Award from Heritage Council

The Museum is the first of this kind to receive such an award.
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Funding to Student Bodies to Increase Over Next Three Years, on a Per-student Basis

This new model is the first change to the system since 1993.