Funding to Student Bodies to Increase Over Next Three Years, on a Per-Student Basis

This new model is the first change to the system since 1993.
By Kieran McNulty

Redesigned Plans of €70 million Business School Submitted to Council

Plans of new school, which had to be redesigned because of pre-planning concerns, were presented to a public meeting this evening.

Heaphy Appoints Newspaper Staff, with Sinéad Baker Deputy Editor

Editors take up positions on Saturday, with 13-strong masthead leading the 42-strong team.

USI Urge Voter Registration Reform, Say Youth Have Increased Political Capital

The Union of Students in Ireland today launch a policy paper on voter registration reform, urging the introduction of online voter registration.

Moscow Writer and Renowned Artist, Among Others, Awarded Honorary Degrees

Peter Higgs unable to be conferred with honorary degree due to illness.

Group Business Editor at INM to Become Trinity’s Director of Public Affairs and Communications

Thomas Molloy’s appointment widely expected to be approved by Trinity’s Board on Wednesday, with a salary of €130,000.

Trinity’s Alternative Admissions Feasibility Study Extended into its Third Year

University Council approved the extension of the study, which aims to influence national policy and shift focus away from the leaving cert points race.
By Edmund Heaphy and Sinéad Baker

Report finds 60% of Midwifery Students Bullied on Placement, and Breach of Working Hours Agreement

TCDSU report finds far-reaching issues for midwifery student experience, with two-thirds reporting adverse mental health effects, as a result of financial, victimisation and responsibility pressures.

Students Played A Decisive Role in Achieving Marriage Equality, USI Hears

Tánaiste: “You made grá the law.”
By Sinéad Baker

External Review of Counselling Service Reiterates Concerns Over Service’s Future

Review praises performance of service but recommends levy to combat lack of funding and risk of staff burnout.