Monthly Archives: September 2019

Higgins critical of universities’ focus on markets
Students March to Break the Barriers to Higher Education on October 3rd
UL warns students of high number of mumps cases on campus
Queen’s University ‘regrets’ past use of gay aversion therapy
Watch: Third-level fees and financial crisis explained
QUB: Gay students given electric shocks ‘to cure homosexuality’
Trinity’s Administration Isn’t Perfect, But the Alternative Could be Far Worse
More room for the National Archives
‘Unwelcoming’, ‘trivial’ … students give their reaction to controversial ‘Brits Out’ poster
Taoiseach defends third-level education funding
Graduates entering the best Irish jobs market in over a decade
Queen’s University investigating Sinn Fein ‘Brits Out’ poster at Fresher’s Fair
‘The way universities are run is making us ill’: inside the student mental health crisis
Lecturer sexually harassed by students awarded €10,000 compensation
Anger after ‘Brits Out’ displayed on Sinn Fein stall at Queen’s Freshers’ Fair
Trinity can’t claim it is LGBT+ inclusive until curriculums change
Lecturer who was told how male students ‘would do her’ awarded €10,000 by Labour Court
Trinity Has More Sugar Babies than Any Other College, Figures Show
Trinity College Dublin: Time to forget about THE?
Education publisher Pearson says US students going digital faster than expected