Campaign to Push Trinity to Divest from €6 million in Oil Assets

The campaign, due to be launched by the Environmental Society, will aim to end all College investments in fossil fuel companies.
By Dominic McGrath

Trinity Becomes First Irish University to Rank in the Top 100 for Arts and Humanities

Trinity has been ranked 74th in the world for arts and humanities by Times Higher Education.
By Emer Gerrard

In Panel Discussion by Young Fine Gael, Importance of Capacity Bill Highlighted

The bill, which passed through the final stages of the Dáil on Tuesday, aims to expand the rights of those with intellectual disabilities in Ireland.
By Ciaran Sunderland

Student Nurses Threaten Strike if Fair Pay Proposal not Granted

Fourth-year nurses and midwives currently receive €6.49 an hour, compared to a national minimum wage of €9.05 an hour.
By Emer Gerrard

Trinity PhD Candidate Advises UK Parliament on Gender Recognition Law

With the UK currently re-evaluating its gender recognition legislation, Peter Dunne, a PhD Candidate in the Law School, spoke at the UK’s Women and Gender Equalities Committee.
By Dominic McGrath and Pamela Avila

TCD Prof Philip Lane Appointed Governor of Irish Central Bank

He will take over the position from Patrick Honohan.
By Daniel O'Brien

Labour Youth and Labour Women Launch Repeal the Eighth University Campus Tour

Launched today in Trinity, their campus tour will visit six universities in total.
By Jack Hartnett

Sara Baume Wins Trinity’s Rooney Prize for Emerging Writers with Exceptional Promise

Past recipients include Anne Enright and Frank McGuinness.
By Gillian Murtagh

Research Finds Majority of Academics Open to Working With Public and Private Sector

Trinity academics find majority have found insights from industry engagement although many felt universities have gone too far to meet industry needs.
By John Conway

€16 million to Fund Trinity’s Ussher Assistant Professorships

The positions, which were originally announced in March, are to be filled through an international recruitment process, and the assistant professors will be appointed as part of a tenure-track system.
By Paul Glynn