Trinity Professor Appointed Chair of Irish Research Council

Prof Jane Ohlmeyer will continue in role as History professor and Director of the Long Room Hub.
By Daniel O'Brien

No Reply to Challenge to Student Charges Decision

TCDSU appeal to the Visitors over the controversial passing of student charges at Board has received no reply since being submitted in May.
By Edmund Heaphy and Dominic McGrath

USI Cancels Annual Protest in Favour of National Day of Voter Registration

USI's National Day of Action to be a day of voter registration, rather than traditional protest.
By Paul Glynn

Ireland’s Newest Political Party and Gaining a Foothold in Trinity

How the Social Democrats will fare as it tries to establish its presence this Freshers' Week.

From Monday, Students can Receive Microsoft Office 365 Free of Charge

Office 365 ProPlus suite will be available to all students for the duration of their time at Trinity.
By Sinéad Loftus

Major Breakthrough in Understanding Of Alzheimer’s Disease by Trinity Researchers

Scientists focus on roles of amyloid-beta proteins to unlock answers to how the disease develops, and prospects for treatment.
By Sinéad Loftus

For Two Years, Engineering and Computer Science Students Have Had No Careers Advisor

Student-led petition has brought Careers Advisory Service issue to the forefront.
By Dónal Ring

Six Parties Confirm They Will Attend TCDSU General Election Debate

Labour, Sinn Féin, Renua, Social Democrats and Anti-Austerity Alliance to send representative to debate.
By Tom Myatt

Trinity Launches Two New Forms of Student Card

A new smartphone app and a new card that allows students to make cash-free purchases have been launched.
By Dominic McGrath

Trinity to Sell its Only Belfast-based Building

College has confirmed it plans continue its work in the city at a new location
By Emer Gerrard