Trinity to Remain Open Today, Despite Snow

Many other higher education institutions in Dublin have closed their doors today as Storm Emma sweeps across the country.
By Róisín Power

Academics Launch Repeal ‘Pocketbook’ in Trinity

Fiona De Londras and Máiréad Enright launched their 'Repealing the 8th' book this evening.
By Dominic McGrath

Luiz DaSilva Appointed New Connect Director

DaSilva takes over from Linda Doyle, who was appointed as Trinity's Dean of Research last year.
By Isla Hoe

Students Hand in Signatures, Calling for Referendum on Israeli Boycott

The Student Union Opt Out Project also delivered a petition of signatures to TCDSU today.
By Niamh Egleston

USI Takes Funding Fight to County Councils

With the third-level funding debate ground to a halt, USI is relying on county councillors to put pressure on their parties.
By Kathleen McNamee

New Manager for Trinity Education Project

Sheena Brown will take the reins of the project, which is entering its final stages.
By Martha Lewis

50% of Part-Time Trinity Staff Work Overtime

The report found that women make up the majority of part-time roles.
By Aoife Kearins

Trinity Neuroscientists Discover Brain Signal Relating to Comprehension

The joint team from Trinity and University of Rochester made the discovery by recording electric brainwave signals.
By Ciaran Molloy

Postgraduate Services Need Improvement, Says USI Conference

The first conference of its kind hosted by the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) saw discussions on the difficulties of being an Irish postgraduate student.
By Kathleen McNamee

Shane De Rís Elected TCDSU President

Earlier today, his main opponent Sean Ryan pulled out of the race after sexual harassment allegations.
By Matt Murphy