The former rugby player is running on a three-pronged platform of economy, north-south relations and disability advocacy.
The former army captain a long-time campaigner for disability rights and tackling sexual harassment and abuse in the Defence Forces.
Green Party councillor Hazel Chu outlines her progressive vision for Irish politics as she contests the Seanad bye election.
The Trinity mathematician was the subject of a number of unflattering rumours after his death, but he is a key figure in one of the most important roles of academia: blue-skies research.
Toxic productivity and burnout aren't formally recognised conditions, but there's no doubt that they're widespread problems in colleges.
Poverty rates and skill shortages are the key reasons for needing more students in the city.
Dead languages has been brought into the spotlight with the introduction of Ancient Babylonian in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
It's been another year of coronavirus dominating the headlines, but there was plenty more to read about too.
The whirlwind project to convert institutes of technology to technological universities is nearing completion, but what's the next step?
Development economics as a discipline only came to prominence at the turn of the century, but now researchers are looking to work with locals to maximise policy effectiveness.