Normal People's TV adaptation did an excellent job of gently telling us that in fact, not living the dream is fairly normal after all, writes Emer Moreau.
The coronavirus has brought online and remote learning to Trinity. Now they must be built upon, writes Niamh Ní Hoireabhaird.
Is údar díomá, seachas iontas, é an chaoi a gcaitear leis an teanga sa chóras oideachais, dar le Peter Kavanagh.
State underfunding has forced universities to act like businesses, writes Kevin Mitchell. Now more than ever they need a cabinet-level champion.
Trinity last week became Ireland’s first – and possibly only – university to allow students the option of travelling abroad for Erasmus.
Dúirt an Roinn Oideachais go mbeidh ar ollscoileanna na tíre a réitigh féin a aimsiú.
The Department of Education has said Irish universities will have to find the solutions to their financial issues from within their own budgets.
Students want to be able to go on Erasmus next year – but today, mid-pandemic, what they really wanted was certainty, writes Faye Curran.
Aoife Kearins, a Sligo native, on losing your accent when you come to Dublin – and how Normal People inspired her to get back to her roots.
After a turbulent year for the GSU, incumbent vice-president Gisèle Scanlon is bidding to lead postgraduates through an uncertain future.