Denied Career Progress, Professional Staff Describe Climate of ‘Stagnation’

Technical and support staff have not had the chance to obtain promotions or progressions this year.
By Donal MacNamee and Emer Moreau

New Government Plan Hopes to Increase Traveller Representation at Third-Level

The government aims to double the number of students who are members of the Travelling community.
By Ciaran Molloy

Trinity’s School of Computer Science and Statistics Celebrates 50th Birthday

Researchers, alumni and current students in the school gathered today for an Open House event in the O’Reilly Building.
By Robert Quinn

Academic Registry Hiring Students to Man RDS Cloakroom for Exam Week

Students will be paid an hourly rate of €10.60 to help operate the controversial bag-drop point introduced for last year's summer exams.
By Orla Murnaghan

TCDSU Records ‘Very Welcome’ Surplus of €32k

The union overturned a large deficit from last year, recording a surplus of €32,522 for the year ending June 30th, 2019.
By Cormac Watson

Most 20-Year-Olds Financially Dependent on Parents, Research Shows

The Growing Up in Ireland study, carried out by Trinity and the ESRI, found that most young people are anxious to achieve financial security.
By Caitlin McCoy

Trinity-Led Trial Could Reduce Number of Unnecessary Caesarian Births

The study aimed to make childbirth safer and reduce the number of unnecessary interventions during the procedure.
By Danielle Varley

Trinity Scientists Make Breakthrough in Inflammatory Disease Research

The team's findings outline outline how the protein PKM2 can act as a potential therapeutic target in the treatment of certain diseases.
By Alaa Adwan

E3 Learning Foundry Given Green Light to Start Construction Next Year

The new building will be named after Martin Naughton, who made a €25-million philanthropic donation to the project
By Emer Moreau

TCDSU Votes to Take More Active Stance on Accommodation Crisis

Two motions passed tonight mandate the union to oppose rent increases and to lobby the government for more student accommodation.
By Cormac Watson