Tráthnóna Aoine, d’fhógair an rialtas go mbeidh ar institiúdí ardoideachais ar fad bogadh ar líne.
An tseachtain seo dúirt an CSC go mbeadh an CGB ar líne, in ainneoin a rá roimhe seo go mbeadh sé seo míbhunreachtúil.
On Friday evening, the government announced all higher-education institutions would have to move online.
The CSC this week said that it would hold its AGM online, despite previously stating that this would be unconstitutional.
The third-level sector has been starved of funding for years now, but students shouldn’t be forced to compensate for this during a pandemic, writes Rose Conway-Walsh.
Once students are inside the college grounds, often following lengthy procedures, there are plenty of hurdles, writes Niamh Elliott-Sheridan.
D’fhógair an IUA an tseachtain seo go mbeidh ranganna atá le bheith á mhúineadh go pearsanta amháin ag fanacht ar champas.
This week a student who said they were showing symptoms of coronavirus was told to leave campus accommodation.
The IUA this week announced that only classes that had to be taught in person would remain on campus.
Coronavirus tests could help Trinity avoid on-campus clusters. Students have a responsibility to avail of the scheme, writes Eimear Finan