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TCD employees to ballot for industrial action

March 8, 2017

Roughly 700 SIPTU members working in Trinity College Dublin are set to ballot for industrial and strike action in a dispute over the failure of being granted permanent contracts from management. Among the 700 non-academic

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Lacklustre DCU progress to Fitzgibbon quarter-final

February 8, 2017

Trinity College 1-14 Dublin City University 0-19 Fitzgibbon Cup first round Tuesday, February 7th in Santry was a night of firsts for the Fitzgibbon men of DCU. It was the first time they ever won

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Trinity SU elects ethnic minorities officer

February 8, 2017

Trinity College Dublin Student’s Union’s (TCDSU) council voted last week to elect an Ethics Minority Officer onto their executive. This position arose shorty after TCDSU President Kieran McNulty decided to utilise the structures and strength of the Union to ensure all students’ voices are heard.

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DCU fails to make the grade

March 25, 2015

DCU was not included in the Times Higher Education’s ranking of the top 100 universities worldwide.

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UCD students vote for a smoke-free campus

October 9, 2013

UCD students have voted in favour of making their campus a smoke-free zone, however their Students’ Union Equality and Welfare Officer is not sure whether the ban can be implemented. Trinity College are said to be considering a similar move, as Laura Colgan reports.

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Science research to receive €300m investment

March 6, 2013

More than 800 scientists will benefit from a €300 million investment in seven world-class research facilities across the country. The money which will be invested over a six year period, has been hailed as a