With Branded Merchandise, New Trinity Company Expected to Raise €1.5m in Five Years

A new subsidary company, Trinity Brand Commercial Services, will sell Trinity-inspired products internationally, with a projected yearly turnover of €25 million.
By Niamh Egleston

After Months of Delay, 1937 Reading Room Toilets to be Installed this Week

Supposed to be installed by the end of summer, the four new toilets have been promised to be ready by the end of the week.
By Jenna Clarke-Molloy

After Year-Long Campaign, Trinity to Divest from Fossil Fuels

After a campaign led by Fossil Free TCD, Trinity is to divest from its €6.1 million indirectly invested in fossil fuel companies.
By Róisín Power and Dominic McGrath

School of Drama, Film and Music to become School of Creative Arts

It is hoped the name change will reflect the interdisciplinary nature of the school, as well as improve the student experience.
By Róisín Power

With Jubilant Celebration, Trinity Announced Latest Member of League of European Research Universities

The prestigious organisation's membership now consists of 23 of the best European universities, with today's event marking the importance of Trinity's research.
By Sinéad Baker and Dominic McGrath

Camel Urine Central to Potential New Treatments for African Sleeping Sickness, Find Trinity Scientists

Scientists working in the TBSI have found a cure for potentially fatal disease found in sub-Saharan Africa, caused by parasites and spread by flies.
By Yasmine Tadjine

Graduate Students’ Union Votes to Back Student Centre Campaign

TCDSU is campaigning for a student centre to be constructed within the next five years.
By Philip McGuinness

In Tight Vote, Graduate Student’s Union Rejects Motion to Endorse Academic Boycott of Israel

A contentious motion, which saw many students abstain, failed to pass at tonight’s meeting of the union’s council.
By Sinéad Baker

Green Party Senator Launches TCDSU Environmental Lobby Group

Senator Grace O'Sullivan, who launched the lobby group, called on Trinity to divest from fossil fuels.
By Dominic McGrath and Róisín Power

“Consensus” on Funding Decision by Next Budget, According to Minister for Education

Speaking to Trinity Young Fine Gael, Bruton appeared to contradict the earlier timeline set out in the Action Plan for Education.
By Dominic McGrath