Royal Irish Academy Report Recommends Income-Contingent Loan Scheme

In a report published this week the academy, a body made up of academics from across Ireland, suggests that such a loan scheme is the only solution to the funding crisis facing higher education.
By Christopher McMahon

Nick Spare Drops Out of Education Race

Candidate cites mental health reasons and academic pressures for his decision.
By Paul Glynn and Sinéad Loftus

Meon Dearfach i leith na Gaeilge ag Hustings an University Times agus an Cumann Gaelach

Tarlaíodh Hustings le haghaidh iarrthóirí Aontas na Mic Léinn leis an Cumann Gaelach agus an University Times i nDánlann Eolaíochta anocht.
By Jamie Ó Siochrú

No Spars or Battles as Candidates Debate Major Issues for First Time

The first debate-style hustings of the campaign, hosted by The University Times and An Cumann Gaelach, took place in the Science Gallery tonight.

Tom McHugh Drops Out of Welfare Race

Candidate cites dissertation stress and overworked campaign team for decision.
By Sinéad Loftus and Eleanor O'Mahony

Dining Hall Hustings Sets Up President to be Two-Man Race

In a poorly attended hustings marked by a lack of polish from candidates, Kieran McNulty and Daniel O’Brien separated themselves in the presidential race.

Who’s Running in the TCDSU Elections?

Who's running, and why they're running – plus full analysis of each race.
By Sinéad Loftus

After Proposal Last Year, Trinity LGBT Staff Network Launched

The LGBT Staff Network launch was held in conjunction with Oifig na Gaeilge, Q Soc and Cumann Gaelach, and attended by Senator David Norris.
By Eleanor O'Mahony

“Students Against Fees” March in Support of Institutes of Technology Strike

The march, which will join strikes at a number of DIT campuses, gathered over sixty students in Front Square.
By Dominic McGrath

Trinity Researchers Given €3 Million To Investigate Career Development

The project, which has been funded by Horizon 2020, hopes to investigate how the employment landscape will change over the next few years.
By Ciaran Sunderland