While we can be cynical about how or why it is embracing non-EU students, the weekend showed Trinity’s leading position and the fun of being global.
Clodagh Cogley writes that Trinity's support for those in wheelchairs provides a welcome contrast to a generally inaccessible city.
Tá comhlachtaí priobhaideacha ag líonadh an bearna a lig an ghéarchéim iostais, ach ní réiteach iomlán é seo.
Private companies are filling the gap left by the accommodation crisis, but we cannot consider their intervention a complete solution.
Braitheann mealladh mac léinn go mór ar áiseanna, agus bactar iarrachtaí Cholaiste na Tríonóide.
In the current funding environment, attracting students is key. But this relies heavily on facilities, and Trinity’s efforts are being hampered.
Societies are used to promote the College and untold hours of voluntary work is put into them, but their work is being made increasingly difficult.
Níl ach fianaise den phríomhfhadhb atá sna ciorruithe: easpa maoinithe.
It can be the journey, the experiences or the college itself that end up being more important than your points, or your course.
The cuts to the service are just another symptom of the core problem: a lack of funding.