Trinity Graduate Wins Nobel Prize

Prof William Campbell – jointly awarded the prize for Physiology or Medicine – becomes the third Nobel-winning Trinity graduate.
By Daniel O'Brien

Speakers and Attendees Say O’Neill Misrepresented Phil Debate

Several speakers and debate attendees have countered Brendan O’Neill's characterisation of last Thursday’s debate on the right to offend.
By Edmund Heaphy and Dominic McGrath

With the Consideration of a Tenure-track System in Ireland, Potential for Radical Changes

What a tenure-track system could mean for academics in Trinity and in Ireland.
By Dominic McGrath

Renua Tries To Gain Trinity Foothold, But Needs 200 Signatures

The party, led by Trinity graduate Lucinda Creighton, have been compiling the necessary signatures to establish themselves on campus.
By Colm Ó Néill

Terry Pratchett Estate Announces €60,000 Joint Scholarship with Trinity

The scholarship will give master’s degree students the opportunity to spend a year in Trinity and a year at the University of South Australia.
By Emer Gerrard

Science Gallery Raises €1.1 million in Funding

The funding from two organisations will be used to broaden Science Gallery’s international reach, with seven Science Gallery facilities opening around the world.
By Paul Glynn

Trinity Falls 22 Places in Times Higher Education Rankings, Just 16 Ahead of UCD

Whilst Trinity is still Ireland’s top university, gap with UCD has narrowed dramatically.
By Edmund Heaphy

Questions Raised About Breastfeeding on Campus

After student questions policy, clarification comes from College.
By Emer Gerrard

New Gym in Trinity Hall to Open Next Week

From next Monday, residents in Trinity Hall will have access to a gym on-site for the first time.
By Niamh Egleston

Moderatorship in Irish Studies to be Discontinued After 2015

The course has seen a decrease in demand and a high drop-out rate.
By Sinéad Baker