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€360,000 Cut to National Fund for Students with Financial Difficulties

Trinity portion of fund, which contributes to the Student Hardship Fund, to be cut by €16,000 as a result.
By Jack Hartnett
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Trinity One of Only Two Universities to See Fall in CAO First Preferences

For a second year, Trinity saw a decline in the number of first preferences.
By Dominic McGrath
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New Dean of Trinity Business School Delivers Inaugural Address

His talk explored government and social attitudes toward new forms of entrepreneurship.
By Daniel O'Brien
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With New Strategy, Trinity’s Library Moves into the Future

The strategy, launched this evening, outlines how the library will define what it means to be a research library in the digital age.
By Sinéad Loftus
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Trinity Launches Free Online Course on Ireland’s Road to Independence

The course, primarily presented by Professor Patrick Geoghegan, gives the public new access to Trinity's academic expertise.
By Emer Gerrard
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Trinity Centre for Asian Studies Officially Opened

Trinity also launched a new master's degree in Chinese Studies, the first of its kind in College.
By Paul Glynn
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Former CEO of Tesco Ireland Appointed to College Board

Tony Keohane appointed by Minister for Education and Skills.
By Dominic McGrath and Daniel O'Brien
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USI Registered Over 9000 Students to Vote Yesterday

The Union of Students in Ireland registered close to its goal of 10,000 students, though only 450 were registered in Trinity.
By Jack Hartnett
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As TCDSU Holds Repeal the Eighth Panel Discussion, Need for Respectful Debate Highlighted

Students told that universities are – and have to be – the centres of social change during nuanced discussion on repeal of amendment.
By Paul Glynn
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Éilimh Phobal na Gaeilge agus na Gaeltachta don Olltoghchán Seolta

Foilsíodh inniu cáipéis chuimsitheach Chonradh na Gaeilge, ag cur síos go sainiúil ar an gcás le haghaidh maoinithe bhreise don Ghaeilge agus don Ghaeltacht.
By Colm Ó Néill