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Working Group Loan Package to Abolish Grants for Fees and Increase Charge to €4000

Cassells group to recommend €1000 increase in student contribution charge and income-contingent loan scheme, say sources.
By Edmund Heaphy
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Maguires on Grafton Street to Close in January

The popular newsagent and deli will be replaced by a franchise of the Chopped restaurant chain.
By Paul Glynn
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As Christmas Exams Become a Distinct Possibility, a Union Mandate Becomes Controversial

The union is mandated to fight for Christmas exams, a mandate that most students never voted on, and that most do not know exists.
By Sinéad Baker
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International Firms to Invest $285 Million in Dublin Student Accommodation

The first development as part of the investment, on Dublin's Mill Street, has already received planning permission.
By Sinéad Baker
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Trinity Presented With Athena SWAN Award for Gender Equality

The award was presented today at the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland.
By Emer Gerrard
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Trinity Researchers Receive Over €3 Million from European Research Council

The funding will support the hiring of ten new researchers in Trinity.
By Dominic McGrath
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“Students Against Fees” Group to Bring New Motion Against Loans and Tuition Fees to TCDSU Council

Those present at a meeting in the Arts Block tonight agreed on bringing a “broad” motion to the next council meeting on December 15th.
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Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Launches Trinity’s 1916 Programme

Speaking at the launch, Heather Humphreys TD, said the programme would “act as a hub of activity and analysis as we mark the centenary of the Easter Rising”.
By John Conway
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Med Day Sees Medicine Students Raise €52,000

The annual event, which this year raised funds mainly for St James’s Hospital and Tallaght Hospital, saw an increase in last year's total by €6,000.
By Jack Hartnett
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TCDSU Delegation Attends Dublin Climate March

Ahead the of COP21 Conference in Paris, Trinity students reiterated their call for Trinity to divest from the fossil fossil fuel industry.
By Dominic McGrath