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The Union of Students In Ireland (USI) is seeking to hire a worker to manage their campaigns around mental health.

The position, first advertised this morning, includes responsibility of co-managing the union’s awareness, education and policy work on mental health.…

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The first of three trial days which saw College Green temporarily transformed into a pedestrian plaza has been criticised for poor organisation.

Several people took to Twitter to complain, including Dublin City councillors, that the large number of metal barriers …

The post College Green pedestrian plaza trial criticised for barriers and security guards appeared first on Trinity News.

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New research from The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA) at Trinity highlights the importance of older adults being able to travel independently, whether by driving themselves or taking public transport.

The study examined the modes of transport predominantly used …

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The leader of Fianna Fáil, Micheál Martin, has called for a new government department, separate from the Department of Education and Skills, to be established with responsibility for higher education and research.

He stated that he believes higher education is …

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The number of students applying to study at Trinity through the Central Applications Office (CAO) has only marginally recovered from a large drop last year, which College put down to the effects of Brexit.

Trinity has seen a small increase …

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The Royal College of Surgeons (RCSI) will likely gain university status under legislation passed today.

The legislation creates a new mechanism enabling higher education institutions not primarily funded through the Higher Education Authority (HEA), such as RCSI, to apply to …

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A new government framework on “open research” states that all Irish scholarly publications resulting from publicly funded research are to be made openly available from 2020.

The framework was launched by Minister of State for Training, Skills, Innovation, Research and …

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A Trinity research team from the Trinity Translational Medicine Institute (TTMI) have identified the cancer killing abilities of a specific type of immune cell, which may offer a new therapeutic strategy in the fight against cancer. 

Trinity researchers based in …

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Trinity has scrapped plans to create an online system for students to use when lodging official complaints against College.

Trinity have stated that demand does not warrant the cost and time that it would take to develop an online form …

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The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) has welcomed legislation from the UK parliament in Westminster to legalise same-sex marriage and access to abortion to Northern Ireland.

USI tweeted a statement this morning from their president Lorna Fitzpatrick, saying: “We …

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