Ireland has recently seen a mammoth of private language schools abruptly closing their doors and leaving their students out of pocket. Our Deputy News Editor Aura McMenamin looks into the current state of the situation.
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) will soon examine the feasibility of the national student grant system, SUSI, as news has emerged that €4 million was overpaid to students who weren’t eligible for the payment. Finnian Curran reports.
An academic at Ulster University has been criticised for homophobic comments made on his personal Facebook account during an online debate. Dr Mark Gilfillan, a research associate in Irish Jewish history, described homosexuality as a
It will come as no surprise to anyone how obsessed our society is with online attention. Whether it is Facebook likes or Twitter favourites our generation is all about social media gratification. It won’t be
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Iranian political activist refused to deliver a talk in Trinity after security imposed restrictions on the event, which they felt would be “one-sided” and “antagonising” to Muslim students. Jennifer Purdy reports.
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