Social Democrats Would Reduce Student Contribution by €1000

The party, due to launch their manifesto this morning, would also reintroduce postgraduate maintenance grants.
By Chris McMahon

“Students Against Fees” Commit to Two National Rallies in Coming Weeks

The meeting, which took place tonight, decided to hold a rally on February 3rd, in conjunction with a planned strike by the TUI.
By Dominic McGrath and Eleanor O'Mahony

Trinity’s School of Engineering Receives €65 Million in Software from Siemens

Engineering students will have access to software described as "industry leading", used in the automotive, aerospace and machinery industries.
By Aoife O'Donoghue

At Education World Forum, Lynn Ruane Speaks About Access To Education

The forum, attended by over 80 ministers for education from around the world, was held in London.
By Eleanor O'Mahony

Labour Promises to Reduce Student Contribution Charge by €500 if Elected

Minister for Education also discussed €100 million in additional funding and supports for third-level at Connolly Café Youth Forum.
By Edmund Heaphy

New TCDSU Campaign To Raise Awareness of Sexualities and Gender Identities

The I AM campaign aims to educate students on the range of sexualities and gender identities that exist in College.
By Sarah Scales

Trinity to Launch its First Large-Scale Fundraising Campaign

Campaign aims to significantly increase philanthropic donations to the College, and build support from government and industry.
By Sinéad Baker

Trinity Business Programmes Ranked in Top Ten in Western Europe

The Eduniversal rankings place the new Trinity MBA at 6th place, above business schools in both Oxford and Cambridge.
By Dominic McGrath

Trinity Research Helps Paint Picture Of Genetic Makeup Of Modern Britons

For the first time, the origins of eighty Roman remains found in York over a decade ago have been revealed by this genome analysis.
By Emer Gerrard

Trinity is Strong in Academic Challenge, But Weak in Social, According to Survey

Results of the Irish Survey of Student Engagement show Trinity is weak when it comes to creating a “supportive learning environment”.
By Edmund Heaphy