Monthly Archives: November 2016

UCDSU and UCD face criticism over handling of rape allegations
… or not to lecture
Gardaí probe into alleged serious sexual assault of student at UCD
Time for Elsexit?
President warns of threat to academic freedom
Paschal Donohoe agrees to pay talks with public sector unions
Science Europe lobby group hit by sudden exodus
Scientific papers get more authors
Alleged rape of student on UCD’s Belfield campus investigated
UCD receive over €400,000 from parking permits
Funding crisis in higher education must be tackled
Joining the grown-ups: first-year students make the leap
Mary Robinson: I won’t avail of €1.2m tax credit
Man had explosive device components in college locker, court hears
Performance in key subjects is not adding up
Public-sector pay talks to be held by February
Politicians are not Ready for the Grown-Up Debate on Higher Education
Pay and the public sector
Proportion of Disadvantaged Entrants to Trinity Largely Unchanged Over the Last Five Years
‘They tell me not to speak Polish’: students on life after Brexit vote