Monthly Archives: February 2016

Short-termism is putting Northern Irish universities at risk
In a Fine Gael–Fianna Fáil Coalition, Student Issues Hang in the Balance
‘I was isolated at my graduation’: Limerick student
UCD Must Seize its Chance to Rejoin National Student Politics
NUI Galway appoints vice president for equality and diversity
Third level the healthy option for many, study finds
With Little Election Debate on Third-Level, Royal Irish Academy Could Have Role to Play
Education sector lost 27,600 days to strikes
WIT withdraws memo regarding redundancy scheme
Scandalous neglect of third-level education in party manifestos must be corrected
Harvard abolishes ‘master’ in titles in slavery row
Trinity’s €52m Oisin House plan gets go-ahead
Economists Agree There’s No Magic Bullet to Fund Higher Education
Train trashed after DCU society event
ASTI motions may spark fresh industrial unrest in schools
Fees ‘will allow standards to improve’
‘Lad culture’ should not excuse revenge porn
Plans to develop student accommodation
Trinity College highlights the importance of student suicide with a display of empty bags
The free market and education