College bungled its announcement on whether Dublin Scholars get accommodation, but – no matter what – the situation is lose-lose, writes Faye Curran.
Ta mic léinn ar buille le Cúirt Kavanagh agus an Coláiste nuair a tairiscíodh ach cuid den aisíocaíocht, seachas an cúiteamh iomlán a tugadh amach ina lóistín féin.
Bhí páirtíthe léasmhara an ardoideachais ciúin an tseachtain seo i ndiaidh na nuachta gur ardaigh cúig as seach ollscoil in Éirinn sna rangú.
Third-level stakeholders were quiet this week after news came through that five of Ireland’s seven universities had risen in world rankings.
Students are furious at both Kavanagh Court and Trinity after they were offered only partial refunds, rather than pro rata compensation, on rent.
The virus means Trinity won't be able to capitalise on its improved rankings to attract international students – until it's too late, writes Cormac Watson.
Today's Aramark fiasco seriously undermines Trinity's recent commitment to being a more inclusive college, writes Aoife Kearins.
The hysteria around Normal People is disproportionate, but it shows the lack of literature students can relate to their own lives, writes Molly Furey.
It behoves the government to support students for whom vital summer work has gone out the window, writes Ella Connolly.
D'éiligh na mílte ón lucht léinn go mbunófar roinn ardoideachais agus taighde.