Daily Archives: 22 October, 2014

Mediator appointed in dispute over new Junior Cycle
Defending Trinity’s Challenge of the Admissions System
Second-level unions discuss Junior Cycle with Minister
Waterford IT pulls out of university merger
Technological University a ‘realistic and indispensable goal’ for South East – Cullinane
South-east university hangs in the balance
Warning that plans to merge WIT and IT Carlow could be ‘scuppered’
Liverpool University ‘postpones’ honorary degree for Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe after angry backlash from Hillsborough families
Beyond the CAO points race: Irish colleges need to address issues of access and diversity
Quest to create world class universities has gone global
TCD launches €600m plan to break back into world elite
TCD’s alternative entry scheme
Planned junior cycle changes lack credibility
TCD to target foreign students
TCD plans to demolish Pearse Street building for new student accommodation
TCD declares ambition to tackle ‘global research question’ but puts rebranding on hold
Exclusive: UCD Student Sex Worker Speaks To The College Tribune