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25% of Men Aged 15-24 Have Taken Drugs, According to New Report

Launched today by Trinity's Prof Catherine Comiskey, the report also found that the use of ecstasy had increased dramatically over the last four years.
By Kathleen McNamee
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Rejecting Calls for Neutrality, UCD Students Vote Decisively to Retain Union’s Pro-Choice Mandate

64 per cent of voting students voted against a motion that would see the union adopt a neutral stance on abortion.
By Niamh Egleston
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Student Space in O’Reilly Institute Delayed

Trinity College Dublin Students' Union today created a petition calling on the College to bring student spaces to the Hamilton end of campus.
By Philip McGuiness
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Two Trinity Researchers Appointed Prestigious Research Fellows by Royal Society

The new award will see Dr Richard Hobbs and Dr John Goold receive funding from Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) for the next five years.
By Dominic McGrath
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With a New Art Manager, Trinity’s Creche Seeks to Become More Inviting

Applications have opened for the position of art manager in order to coordinate art installations around the creche area of campus.
By Étáin Sweeney
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Amber-led Consortium Awarded €4.4 Million to Develop New Class of Magnetic Materials

Led by researchers in the Trinity-based materials science centre, the projects hopes to revolutionise wireless communications.
By Jamie Sugrue
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With Med Day, Trinity Medical Students to Raise Critical Funds to Help Meet Basic Hospital Needs

The annual fundraising event run by Trinity’s medical students takes place tomorrow.
By Jamie Sugrue
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Trinity to Open Fellowship to Part-Time Staff, in Attempt to Increase Diversity

The decision, which was approved by the College Board in September, is still pending the assent of the Fellows.
By John Conway
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1 in 8 Dublin Residents are Vitamin D Deficient, According to New Trinity Research

The research, carried out with staff in St James's Hospital, also showed that one in four people in the city's most deprived areas are deficient in the vitamin.
By Niamh Egleston
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Having Reached the End of Their Lifespan, Trinity’s Cherry Trees are to be Replaced

The trees will be replaced with lime trees on a phased basis over the next five years.
By Brónagh Kennedy