DUFC Head Coach, Tony Smeeth, Honoured at Rugby Writers of Ireland Awards

Trinity Rugby’s Head Coach, Tony Smeeth, was last night awarded the ‘Tom Rooney Award’ for services to rugby at the Guinness Rugby Writers of Ireland Awards .
By Alex Peters

Trinity Study Finds 96% of Older Adults in Ireland not Meeting Dairy Consumption Guidelines

The study revealed that only 3.5 per cent of the 4,300 individuals studied were consuming three or more servings of dairy per day.
By Jamie Sugrue

In Advance of his Medicinal Cannabis Bill, Gino Kenny Addresses Students

In an event organised by SWSS and Trinity Students for Sensible Drug Policy, Kenny was optimistic about his bill seeking to legalise access to safe cannabis-based medicines.
By James Shaw

International Report Reveals Areas of Maths and Science Education have “Room to Improve”

The report showed that higher-achieving students appear to not be performing as well as their international peers.
By Róisín Power

“Ideas are not Crimes”: Michael D Higgins Highlights Global Threats to Academia

At an event organised by Scholars at Risk Ireland, the President emphasised the value of freedom of thought and its impact on society.
By Dominic McGrath

Delays in Registration for International Students Could See Them Unable to Return Home for Christmas

Despite the new appointment system, many non-EEA students still have not been registered and many require a re-entry visa before they leave for the Christmas holidays.
By Dominic McGrath and Róisín Power

34 Additions to College Art Collections, Including Gavin O’Curry

Through a combination of purchase and donation, 34 new works will join College's existing collection, which includes works by Jack B Yeats and Henry Moore.
By Arianna Schardt

200% Increase in Number of Students Taking Part in Non-EU Exchanges Since 2012

The number of students taking part in Erasmus has also increased by 28 per cent, but figures remain lower than those choosing to come to Trinity as part of an exchange.
By Brónagh Kennedy

To Tackle Gender Disparity, Launchbox Moves to Engage with More Female Students

A pilot scheme, due to be launched in January, will encourage students to get involved in entrepreneurship and will involve a mentoring programme.
By Niamh Egleston

Does Trump’s Presidency Signal the End of the J-1 Programme?

President-Elect Donald Trump promised to end the J-1 Visa Programme, but companies such as Usit and Sayit have said it is unlikely.
By John Conway