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Asylum Seekers to No Longer Need Leaving Cert to Apply for College Grant

Previously, asylum seekers would have to have spent three year in Irish schools or have completed the leaving certificate to qualify for a grant.
By Sárán Fogarty
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Book of Kells Visitors Will be Refused Entry Without Face Covering

From today, face coverings are mandatory in shops and indoor public places in Ireland.
By Emer Moreau
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Face Masks Now Mandatory for Students Working in the Library

Yesterday, PhD students said that they feared entering the library due to the lack of students wearing face masks.
By Cormac Watson
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PhD Students Fear Entering Library Due to Lack of Face Coverings

Face coverings are not currently mandatory in the library, but students are being told to observe social distancing rules.
By Cormac Watson
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Students Were Left Out of Campus Guidelines Planning, says USI President

The guidelines were published on Wednesday and endorsed by the Irish Universities Association.
By Cormac Watson
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Unsafe Trinity Swimming Pool to Remain Closed Indefinitely

Contractors have not yet been hired by College to make the necessary repairs.
By Matt McCann
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Former Trinity Student Andrew Scott to Appear on British Stamp

Scott attended Trinity for a short time before dropping out to pursue his acting career.
By Sárán Fogarty
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Self-Isolation Rules for Tourists Entering Campus Will Not be Policed

Tourists may begin entering campus on August 10th, provided they have made a booking.
By Cormac Watson
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UCD Slashes Estimation of Postgraduate Face-to-Face Learning Time

The Registrar of UCD announced the change today in an email to students.
By Cormac Watson
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Hand Welcomes Government’s Reopening Guidelines for Universities

Yesterday, the government announced that universities will be permitted to relax the two-metre social distancing rule to one metre when in lectures or classes.
By Molly Furey