Abbas Ali O’Shea and Derek Byrne Eliminated in First Trinity Seanad Count

We're onto a second count in the University of Dublin constituency, with 2 of 10 candidates eliminated.
By Donal MacNamee and Sárán Fogarty

TCDSU Council to Vote on New Transparency Measures

The union's council will vote online on a motion that could mandate it to publish its agenda and meeting minutes online.
By Sárán Fogarty

Trinity Sets Up Contact Tracing Centre in Business School

The centre is being run by Trinity volunteers who received training from the army cadets.
By Ella Connolly

Trinity Professor Dan Bradley Wins ERC Grant Worth €2.5m

Bradley, a professor of population genetics, will use the grant to support an investigation into the ancient genomes of cattle, sheep and goats.
By Ciaran Molloy

Students Urge Trinity to Adopt ‘No Detriment’ Policy for Summer Exams

A petition calls on Trinity to put in place a system that would mean students' grades can't drop as a result of their summer exams.
By Donal MacNamee and Emer Moreau

Normal People TV Series to Air on RTÉ

The screen adaptation of Sally Rooney's award-winning novel was developed by BBC Three and Hulu.
By Emer Moreau

UL Under Fire After Refusing Refunds to Residents Moving Out

Students who vacate campus accommodation will get their deposit back, but won't be refunded on rents they've paid for the rest of the year.
By Alex Connolly

Senior Medicine Students Asked to Volunteer in Intensive Care Units

The School of Medicine asked students to volunteer in intensive care units, which the government said could be at capacity within days.
By Donal MacNamee

Cúrsa Nua i Múineadh na Gaeilge Ar Líne in Ollscoil Mhá Nuad

Díreoidh an Teastas i Múineadh na Gaeilge ar an aosoideachas agus ar fhoghlaimeoirí fásta.
By Malachi Ó Marcaigh

Final-Year Nursing Interns, in ‘No-Man’s Land’, Battle for Clarity in Crisis

Final-year nursing students are struggling to get answers to questions they say are causing them 'ferocious mental stress'.
By Donal MacNamee