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Údar Díomá – Seachas Iontas – É Tuarascáil an Choimisinéara Teanga

Is beag an t-iontas an nuacht gur sháraigh ceithre ollscoil Acht na dTeangacha Oifigiúila, dar le Malachi Ó Marcaigh.
By Malachi Ó Marcaigh
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Ba Chóir go mBeidh tús áite ag Sláinte Phoiblí ar Thurasóireacht sa Trionóid

Cuirfear fáilte roimh thurasóirí ar ais ar champas amarach ar bhonn teoranta.
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D’fheidhmiú Rialacha Córóinvíris ar Champas Tá Gá le Guth Mhic Léinn

D’fhoilsigh an rialtas treoirlínte sláinte phoiblí d’ollscoileanna ag athoscailt san Fhómhair.
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Editorial

Students Need a Voice in the Implementation of On-Campus Coronavirus Rules

The government this week released public health guidelines for universities reopening in the Autumn.
By The Editorial Board
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Tourism is Important to Trinity, But Public Health Must Come First

Tourists will be welcomed back onto Trinity’s campus tomorrow on a limited basis.
By The Editorial Board
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The New Campus Guidelines Raise Questions But Are Ultimately Worth It

Students will face plenty of complications next year, but returning to campus is worth the hassle, writes Eimear Finan
By Eimear Finan
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Former HEA Chief Tom Boland May Be Just What TUSE Needs to Get Off the Ground

Tom Boland's experience and know-how will be important for the future of the south-east's aspirations of having a university, writes Faye Curran.
By Faye Curran
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Teastaíonn Níos Mó Gníomhaíochta agus Níos Lú Suirbhéanna ar Fhoréigean Gnéasach

Tharraing Harris moladh an tseachtain seo do shraith tionscnamh a sheol sé chun dul i ngleic le foréigean gnéasach ar champas.
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Is Fadhb é Iompar Meisciúil i Halla na Tríonóide. Níl Srianadh ar Líon na Leapacha mar an Réiteach

Tá cónaitheoirí imníocha timpeall Halla na Tríonóide ag déanamh iarrachta bac a chur ar an gColáiste níos mó líon leapacha a thógáil i Halla na Tríonóide.
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After Normal People’s Emmy Nominations, Perceptions Misalign with Reality

Emmy nominations inevitably skew perceptions – both of Trinity and of Irish people, writes Anthony Bradley.
By Anthony Bradley