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Library Closes Two Hours Early, Leaving Students Locked Out From Belongings

Trinity is expected to announce by Friday the effects of expected coronavirus restrictions.
By Emer Moreau and Sárán Fogarty
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Trinity to Announce Effects on Teaching of Expected Restrictions By Friday

The number of coronavirus cases has skyrocketed in recent days.
By Cormac Watson
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Government to Extend WiFi Initiative for Students to 90 New Locations

Difficulty accessing the internet in rural communities has become a major talking point in higher education circles since the outbreak of the pandemic.
By Cormac Watson
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INMO Student Reps Frustrated By ‘Insignificant’ €100 Placement Grant Proposal

A review reported on tonight recommends that the government pays student nurses and midwives €100 per week for their placements.
By Sárán Fogarty and Emer Moreau
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Sam the Fox ‘All Good’ After Bus Accident

Sam the Fox suffered from mange earlier in the year, but has now made a full recovery.
By Cormac Watson
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Trinity Secures Planning Permission for Refurbishments to Rubrics

Earlier this year, it was reported that College planned to spend up to €20 million on the works.
By Cormac Watson
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Government to Fund Erasmus Scheme for Students in Northern Ireland

The Brexit agreement has led to an end of the Erasmus scheme in the UK.
By Sárán Fogarty
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Santa Uses Quantum Mechanics to Deliver Presents, Say Trinity Researchers

The government has waived travel restrictions for Santa on the night of December 24th.
By Cormac Watson
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Decision on Semester Two Format To Be Made on January 4th, Says College

The government has announced level-five restrictions starting Christmas Eve as coronavirus cases spike.
By Cormac Watson
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Work Experience Could Be Added to Leaving Cert Curriculum, Says Draft Report

The leaving certificate has come under criticism for becoming like an entrance exam to third-level.
By Cormac Watson