Monthly Archives: March 2014

Messing with Trinity – cultural vandalism?
Being Human: Weakness, Mental Health, & Academia
USI to announce collaboration with SIPTU
Nature Publishing Group Requires Faculty Authors to Waive ‘Moral Rights’
Four reasons to stop caring so much about the h-index
Trinity changes direction to run open-door policy for industry
Corporate-backed research is ‘surprisingly valuable’
Rebranding Trinity College
Reform of junior school cycle driven by glaring faults
Academia is disconnected from the real world
Teens develop drink habits before college years
Rebranding TCD
Ireland can play major role in online education revolution
A Labour government ‘would cut tuition fees by at least £3,000 a year’
Welcome to your new crisp, modern and impactful TCD. I mean TCTUOD
Is nothing sacred? Trinity scraps Bible from its crest
TCD changes colour to avoid clash with ‘value’ brands Ryanair and Ikea
Measles alert after two Galway students diagnosed
Family of ‘gifted student’ Patrick Halpin was given false hope
Rebranding universities