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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
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Campaigns for Improvements for Student Nurses and Midwives Gathering Momentum Ahead of HSE Decision

Leaders have little faith in a favourable HSE decision, due sometime before Christmas.
By Emer Gerrard
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Global Relations Office to Meet Target for Student Enrolment Despite Concerns

The target comes as part of the 2014-2019 strategic plan announced last year.
By Eleanor O’Mahony
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Provost’s Annual Review Highlights 20% Increase in Non-EU Students in Two Years

The yearly review shows both rises and falls in staff and international student numbers
By Paul Glynn
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Joint Physiotherapy Degree Between Singapore Institute of Technology and Trinity

Trinity's University Council has approved a joint BSc in physiotherapy between Trinity and Singapore Institute of Technology.
By Eleanor O’Mahony
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TCDSU Launches Campaign to Address Violence Against Women

The UN's International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women was marked by a balloon launch in Front Square.
By Emer Gerrard
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Joint Masters with UCD Among High-Profile Courses Approved

Trinity to deliver MSc in Comparative Social Change with UCD. An MPhil in Philosophy was also approved.
By Christopher McMahon
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Concern About TCDSU Officer Response to Non-EU Fees Increase

Sabbatical officer team did not discuss three per cent non-EU fees increase.
By Edmund Heaphy