An tseachtain seo caite bhí fógraí fíorspéisiúla ón Aire Ardoideachais Simon Harris.
Societies are strapped for cash, but sponsorship from a former Qatari defence minister is a step too far, writes Faye Curran.
Leaving certificate students may be celebrating the highest results on record – but their unprecedented grades may not bear the desired fruit on Friday when CAO offers are made, writes Faye Curran.
Last week saw startling announcements from Higher Education Minister Simon Harris.
Students expressed anger this week in UCD and NUIG over the number of in-person teaching hours they will have.
Making friends can be difficult, but we can't expect fate to simply bestow them upon us in a post-lockdown world, writes Aoibh Ní Chroimín.
Meastar go bhfuil ag leanúint leis an aonaigh fhisiciúil “neamhréadúil” leis na treoirlínte sláinte phoiblí atá ann faoi láthair.
An tseachtain seo, mhol imdhíoneolaí na Trionóide Luke O’Neill don Choláiste tosú ar thástáil don fhoireann agus do mhic léinn dhá uair sa tseachtain.
Students go to college to learn face to face with lecturers – not over Zoom. Charging them the full registration fee is unfair, writes Eimear Finan.
Operating the physical fair has been deemed “unrealistic” given current public health guidelines.