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HEA Bill Passes With Amendments Securing Student Union Representation

Senator Lynn Ruane said that “it is really welcome that a legal guarantee has been put in place for student union representatives on governing authorities”.
By Faye Madden
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GSU President Marc Imbillicieri Resigns

The resignation follows controversy surrounding alleged sexual misconduct by Imbillicieri.
By Faye Madden
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College Suspends GSU Funding Over Failure to Submit Accounts

The Graduate Students’ Union funding was suspended as it failed to file accounts with the College Capitation Committee for the 2021 year.
By Seán Cahill
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Independent Senators, USI Urge Harris to Amend HEA Bill

Senators Lynn Ruane and Alice-Mary Higgins and the USI push for Minister Harris to reform HEA Bill.
By Seán Cahill
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TCDSU Cuts Ties With GSU After Current President’s Alleged Sexual Misconduct

TCDSU will not engage or seek to renew its Memorandum of Agreement with the GSU following allegations of sexual misconduct against its president and consititutional breaches during its last election.
By Seán Cahill
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HEA Publishes Race Equality Implementation Plan

The Higher Education Authority has publish an anti-racism plan applicable to the higher education sector.
By Mansi Ahuja
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Concerning Rate of Metabolic Syndrome in Elderly, Says Trinity Study

An author of the study described the high prevalence of metabolic syndrome as “potentially a very large public health problem”.
By Seán Cahill
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Trinity and IBM to Engage in Collaborative Research

The existing pre-PhD programme is set to be extended to students interested in PhDs in quantum computing, security and accelerated discovery.
By Seán Cahill
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Trinity, BeLonG To Collaborate for First National Study on LGBTQIA+ Mental Health

The study comes on the heels of the LGBTIreland Report, the largest study to date of LGBTQIA+ people in Ireland.
By Faye Madden
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Hundreds Gather to Protest PhD Student Rights

The protest, organised by PhD’s Collective Action Union, called for an increase in the minimum stipend, equal pay for hours worked and an end to the accommodation crisis.
By Ailbhe Noonan and Charlie Hastings