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In-Person Teaching Must be Kept to an ‘Absolute Minimum’, Says IFUT

Trinity’s branch of the Irish Federation of University Teachers has said that in-person activity in College must be limited to essential activity, echoing Trinity’s message on increased restrictions earlier today.
By Emer Moreau
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Teaching to Remain Online for Semester Two

Despite talk last semester of more in-person teaching, the coronavirus has again driven College online.
By Cormac Watson
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College to Consider Pausing Development of Trinity East

Trinity East is a five-and-a-half acre development situated in the Grand Canal Dock.
By Cormac Watson
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Government U-Turns on Return of Leaving Cert Students to School

Leaving certificate classes will be held online for the rest of the month, not in person three days per week as was announced yesterday.
By Emer Moreau
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Students Allowed to Defer Exams Without Providing Reason, Says College

Students will also be allowed to resit exams that go towards their final degree, even if they had previously received a passing mark.
By Cormac Watson and Emer Moreau
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Colleges Must Mitigate Effects of Stricter Lockdown on Students – USI

The Union of Students in Ireland said this evening that third-level institutions must mitigate any potential educational disadvantages faced by students with the introduction of increased measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
By Emer Moreau
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Only ‘Most Essential Work’ to Take Place On Campus, Says Harris

The decision was made at a cabinet meeting earlier today on the recent surge in coronavirus cases.
By Cormac Watson
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Leaving Cert Students to Attend School Three Days a Week

As cases surge, the government has shut down primary and secondary schools for most students.
By Cormac Watson
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Newly Formed Student Renters’ Union Moots Rent Strike

Trinity College Dublin Renters’ Union was formed recently to advocate for better living conditions and lower rent for students.
By Sárán Fogarty
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Trinity Displaying ‘Lack of Leadership’ on COVID As Cases Surge, Says Unite

The government today confirmed a further 5,325 cases of coronavirus in Ireland.
By Cormac Watson