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Redesign for Book of Kells Exhibition, as Trinity Aims to Increase Appeal to Visitors

As well as being the exhibitions's first redesign for nearly 20 years, the new project will see the construction of a new visitor centre in the Berkeley Podium.
By Chiara Mastronardo
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Highlighting Trinity’s €88,000 Investment, Fossil Free TCD Protest Dakota Access Pipeline

The protest aims to draw attention to Trinity's investments in three companies involved in the controversial US project, and its expected impact on nature and Native American lands.
By John Conway
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As Part of New Deal, Three New Food Outlets to Replace Westland Cafe

The former Trinity staff of the Westland Cafe will be employed alongside staff employed by consulting company Aramark.
By Róisín Power
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As Irish Universities Move to Address Gender Inequality, Trinity to Develop New Plan for Staff

Gender inequality is widespread across Irish universities, and women make up just 16 per cent of chair professorial positions in Trinity.
By Maeve Claffey
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With Calls for Union Neutrality, UCD Students Prepare to Vote on Abortion Stance

A referendum will take place in University College Dublin (UCD) this week on whether UCDSU should take a neutral stance on abortion.
By Róisín Power
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Planning Application Submitted for Redesigned Oisín House Accommodation Project

With the last application rejected by An Bord Pleanála, the new design, one floor shorter and with 28 fewer beds, has been approved by the College Board.
By Sinéad Baker
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Trinity Education Project to Introduce New “Elective” and “Approved” Modules for all Students

With the implementation of the Trinity Education Project concluding in the 2018/19 year, mandatory and optional modules available to all students will be introduced.
By Róisín Power
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Acmhainní Bhreise do Scoileanna Gaeltachta á Fhógairt ag an Rialtas

Beidh scoileanna sna ceantair Gaeltachta chun tairbhe a bhaint as acmhainní breise agus ról sa phróiseas pleanála, de réir polasaí nua an rialtais
By Chris McMahon
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Trinity Seeks to Raise €1 Million Over Next Five Years Through Naming Rights Deal

The college is seeking to find donors who will pay €200,000 a year to have their name or firm's name on a part of campus.
By Róisín Power
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Curriarracht Domhanda Déanta ag Comhghuaillíocht Gaeilgeoirí don Chomhrá Gaelach is Faide

Tar éis 170 uair an chloig ag labhairt, bhí rath ag an slua 1,050 daoine an churiarracht a bhriseadh.
By Aishling Ruigrok