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Student accommodation to become co-living spaces

July 21, 2020

Student accommodation complexes in Dublin may be temporarily converted and used as co-living spaces, according to Dublin City Council. The council said that the temporary use would be “appropriate” due to the changes universities made

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Irish universities rise in global ranking

June 21, 2020

Five of Irelands top universities have climbed higher in the latest set of global rankings, with Trinity College Dublin being the highest-ranking university in Ireland.

Events

Fundraising events continue in aid of Pieta House

May 12, 2020

Pieta House is a service that provides free therapy to those who are engaging in self-harm, with suicidal ideation, or have been bereaved by suicide. Donations and fundraising account for 80% of the income they

National News

Over 263 million people use marijuana annually

April 20, 2020

Over 263 million people around the globe use marijuana annually, researchers say. As the world celebrates Weed Day (420), scientists investigate the negative effects of marijuana use.

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USI call for student accommodation refunds

April 15, 2020

The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) are teaming up with UpLift Ireland to petition for purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) to refund those who were forced to return home due to Covid-19. 

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USIT says that refunds may be available to students

April 15, 2020

KPMG Liquidators have been appointed to the student travel company USIT, however the company’s website says that refunds could still be possible through the Commission for Aviation Regulation (CAR).