Monthly Archives: August 2019

‘Missed chance for campus’ as Slaney Manor set for sale
Nominations open for Chancellorship of Trinity
Leading Muslim figure claims he was fired from Trinity College over female circumcision comments
IT Tralee and CIT confident the state will cover remaining integration costs associated with merger
Almost €100 million investment under Project Ireland 2040 for five major building projects in higher education institutions
State approves €100m for higher education building projects
Surge in Leaving Cert students appealing grades
Students allegedly given sponge sheets for beds and told they can only cook instant noodles while renting Dublin city centre ‘apartment’ hidden in tiny industrial unit
Minister Mitchell O’Connor opens the inaugural REACT [Responding to Excessive Consumption of Alcohol in Third Level] awards in DCU
Major drop in points for top courses on CAO second round
Maynooth seminary is facing the future
Student accommodation development soars but new investments set to slow
Poaching of university staff – a brief note
Teachers’ union to ballot for industrial action over two-tier pay
The average graduate starting salary is now over €30,000
Minister ‘offering vague solutions’ to mental health crisis among students
10 third-level students have their say about mental health
Universities set for High Court battle over alleged ‘poaching’ of staff member
Almost a third of students in Ireland depressed
Maynooth seminary ‘trapped in an old vision’, says Archbishop of Dublin