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Displaced Ukrainian Students to Pay European Fees for 2022/23

Cabinet approved a number of measures to ensure displaced Ukrainians living in Ireland can access further and higher education.
By Ailbhe Noonan
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Harris, Varadkar Announce Increase in Holiday Income Threshold for Grants

Students will now be able to earn up to €6,552 outside term time without impacting grant eligibility.
By Ailbhe Noonan
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TCDSU Secures Increased Student Representation on College Board

The HEA Bill is to be amended to allow for an increase in the number of student representatives on College Board from two to three.
By Ailbhe Noonan
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USI Joins Country-Wide Protests Over Cost of Living Crisis

Protests took place in Dublin, Cork, Galway, and Limerick this afternoon over rising costs of living in Ireland.
By Ailbhe Noonan
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Schools Advertise PhD Positions with ‘Paltry’ €6.5k Stipend

Trinity Dean of Graduate Studies Martine Smith has described the awards as 'not fit for purpose'.
By Jody Druce
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Provost Apologises After Pride Flags Advice Sparks Outrage

In an email to staff and students this evening, Doyle said the advice 'did not reflect the Equality Diversity and Inclusion values of the University'.
By Jody Druce
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Top Trinity Official Urged College to Maximise Chinese Investment

COO Orla Cunningham described a “short window of opportunity to try and increase the IIP funding [from mainland China] on some existing projects”.
By Jody Druce
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Provost Responds After Trinity Discourages Pride Flags Display

An article published in the Ireland edition of the Times in London said that College's secretary’s office discouraged the displaying of Pride flags in windows across campus.
By Seán Cahill
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Three to be Awarded Honorary Doctorates

Honourary doctorates are to be conferred on former Chief Justice of Ireland Susan Denham and co-leader of the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine group Adrian Hill and Director of the College Health Service Dr David McGrath.
By Seán Cahill
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Bank of America to Fund Ancient Book of Leinster Conservation

The Book of Leinster is College’s earliest manuscript written entirely in Irish.
By Jody Druce