The Interview Committee for the provost elections this week decided that Prof Sarah Alyn Stacey did not meet the criteria to stand for election.
It was reported this week that Prof Sarah Alyn-Stacey had been disqualified by the interview committee from the Provost elections.
While an all-female race is something to be celebrated, there is much more work to be done for women in academia, writes Mairead Maguire.
The Golden Globe-nominated series hit home during the first lockdown, but as the pandemic drags on, loneliness is even more universal, writes Emer Moreau.
We’re in 2021. It’s time to acknowledge the role of unpaid summer opportunities in the huge disparity that exists between classes, writes Mairead Maguire.
Fógraíodh an tseachtain seo go gcuirfear Bál na Tríonóide ar ceal don dara bliain as a chéile.
Some 42 per cent of academics told this newspaper that administrative and bureaucratic problems are the most important issues in the provost elections.
The government will consider passing a bill that would give them sweeping new powers when it comes to state-funded higher education institutions.
It was this week announced that Trinity Ball would be cancelled for the second year in a row.
Too many people struggling with their mental health don’t reach out for support because they believe their problems ‘aren’t big enough’, writes Alex Connolly.