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Final Year STEM Projects ‘Under Serious Threat’

An annual STEM faculty report found that “there is currently no funding from the College to support capstone research projects".
By Seán Cahill
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Trinity Returns to Top 100 Universities After Five Years

The college is now ranked at 98th in the QS world university rankings due to be released tomorrow.
By Ailbhe Noonan
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Sally Rooney Named One of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People of 2022

Writer and actress Lena Dunham described Rooney as a “writer who speaks such basic truths—in such skillful prose”.
By Faye Madden
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Government Launches Two Initiatives to Support Students with Disabilities

The initiatives include funding for supports to improve the college experience for students with disabilities as well as new initiatives proposed by universities to become more accessible.
By Ailbhe Noonan
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GSU President, Vice President Still Being Paid Despite Funding Freeze

GSU President Gisèle Scanlon and Vice-President Abhisweta Bhattacharjee have continued to receive their salaries through TCDSU.
By Jody Druce
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Recruitment Issues Across Trinity Impacting Student Experience

Faculty quality reports said issues surrounding recruitment, high student numbers and space limitations are hurting the quality of learning at Trinity.
By Seán Cahill
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GSU Election Timeline in Breach of Constititution

Newly elected GSU sabbatical officers are constitutionally obliged to take office on Monday, July 4th, the day before the election period is set to begin.
By Jody Druce
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College Approves Fee Increases for Non-EU and Postgrad Students

The decision was made despite the dissent of all three Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union Board members.
By Jody Druce
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GSU to Hold Sabbatical Elections in June

The union's constitution stipulates that the elections be held during Hilary term.
By Emer Moreau
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Government Publishes Plans for ‘Unified’ Third Level Education System

The policy platform outlines plans to increase collaboration and interconectedness between further and higher education institutions.
By Seán Cahill