The National Union of Journalists’ (NUJ) ethics council has strongly defended the professional standards of The University Times’ coverage of alleged hazing by the Knights of Campanile society.
Trinity College have experienced a 21 per cent drop in applications from Northern Irish students for the coming academic year. The fall is thought to be as a result of Brexit fears.
DCU has dropped 31 places in the world rankings of universities. Previously placed at 391st in the rankings, DCU now falls at 422nd.
DCU are calling on policy makers to regulate “the escalating and uncontrolled pricing” of the student housing sector.
Sixty Trinity students occupied the Dining Hall last Wednesday in an ongoing protest over supplemental fees of €450 being introduced for re-sit exams.
Ireland will host the 10th European Conference on Gender Equality in Higher Education next year in Trinity College.
The Age-Friendly University initiative has started up in Trinity College Dublin, introducing the 10 principles founded originally at Dublin City University.
Trinity College Dublin has been found to be in breach of advertising guidelines regarding a course listing on the university’s website.
Trinity College’s proposed purchase of Iveagh Grounds sports facility is set to save a number of sports clubs from relocation according to the chairman of the Guinness Athletic Union.
Following Temporary Exclusion Last Year, Trinity Ranked 131st in World by Times Higher Education.
Trinity College Dublin are to redevelop Oisín House on Pearse Street into a 250-bed accommodation project after receiving verbal confirmation from Dublin City Council.
Trinity College Dublin Student’s Union council have passed the motion to oppose student loans, two years on from the initial rejection of the motion.