Junior, Intermediate and Senior hurling finals completed
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by Jane Prendergast
3h ago
The AIB GAA Junior, Intermediate and Senior Club Hurling Championships have culminated for another season, with the Senior final between Ballyhale Shamrocks of Kilkenny and Dunloy Cúchulainns of Antrim wrapping up the trio of deciders on January 22nd. The Junior … The post Junior, Intermediate and Senior hurling finals completed appeared first on Trinity News ..read more
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LGBT+ TV and films to look forward to in 2023
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by Leah Kelly
3h ago
2022 was a very mixed year for LGBT+ media. Our screens saw many new and fresh queer stories; featuring sapphic vampires, gay pirates and gay baseball players, as well as your average coming-of-age love stories like Heartstopper. Unfortunately, there were … The post LGBT+ TV and films to look forward to in 2023 appeared first on Trinity News ..read more
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Corporate encroachment on academia must be stopped in its tracks-and students and staff must not be afraid to play their part
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by László Molnárfi
3h ago
If we were to blame senior management for the problems that plague College, we would be sorely misguided. Government starvation of the third-level sector is to blame for the ills that plague our universities, including high student-staff ratios, insufficient infrastructure … The post Corporate encroachment on academia must be stopped in its tracks-and students and staff must not be afraid to play their part appeared first on Trinity News ..read more
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A Dublin Theatre Guide
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by Ella-Bleu Kiely
12h ago
Dublin city is a melting pot for dramatic performances along with theatres rich in heritage. Here’s a guide on what’s gracing the stage this season in the city (visit the theatre’s websites for information on ISL performances): Bord Gáis Energy … The post A Dublin Theatre Guide appeared first on Trinity News ..read more
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Kerry clubs claim Junior and Intermediate crowns while Senior final causes drama
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by Séaghan Ó Domhnalláin
21h ago
Results Junior Football Final: Fossa (Kerry) 0-19 – 1-13 Stewartstown Harps (Tyrone) Intermediate Football Final: Rathmore (Kerry) 1-11 – 0-11 Galbally (Tyrone) Senior Football Final: Kilmacud Crokes (Dublin) 1-11 – 1-9 Watty Graham’s Glen (Derry) January saw the culmination of … The post Kerry clubs claim Junior and Intermediate crowns while Senior final causes drama appeared first on Trinity News ..read more
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Jailbreak: a nation-wide scavenger hunt for charity
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by Ruby Topalian
21h ago
Two days to get to destination X. Going up against twenty teams, you’ll have to travel across Ireland without spending a penny from your own pocket to find clues that will lead you to your final destination. How will you … The post Jailbreak: a nation-wide scavenger hunt for charity appeared first on Trinity News ..read more
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TCDSU Sports Levy Referendum fails to pass by a landslide
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by Ellen Kenny
1d ago
Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) have failed to pass a referendum on the Sports Centre Levy. 68% of the 790 voters opposed the amendment to “Long Term Policy (LTP) 4: Sports Centre Levy”, meaning it will not be changed.… The post TCDSU Sports Levy Referendum fails to pass by a landslide appeared first on Trinity News ..read more
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Tributes paid to former Minister for Education who abolished tuition fees
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by Madison Pitman
1d ago
Tributes have been paid to former Minister for Education Niamh Bhreathnach who passed away yesterday at the age of 77. In a statement released yesterday, President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins said that Bhrathnach’s time as minister left “an extraordinary … The post Tributes paid to former Minister for Education who abolished tuition fees appeared first on Trinity News ..read more
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60% increase in use of remote learning opportunities in higher education since pre-pandemic, government report shows
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by Emily Sheehan
2d ago
There has been an almost 60% increase in the use of remote learning opportunities in higher education since before the pandemic, according to the Education Indicators for Ireland 2022. The number of students utilizing remote learning has grown from 9,207 … The post 60% increase in use of remote learning opportunities in higher education since pre-pandemic, government report shows appeared first on Trinity News ..read more
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University of Galway launches virtual reality “Empathy Lab”
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by Jayna Rohslau
2d ago
Empathy may soon be coming to a school near you. University of Galway has announced the launch of a high-tech “Empathy Lab” with the aim of building and promoting soft skills using immersive virtual reality (VR) technology. A first for … The post University of Galway launches virtual reality “Empathy Lab” appeared first on Trinity News ..read more
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