Monthly Archives: November 2019

This Week, Cut the Rent Blinked Under Pressure. Its Movement Could be Over
UCU Strike Continues at QUB
‘Once-off’ emergency allocation from soaring corporation tax income needed for higher education, says IFUT
Third Level Participation
University Funding
Solving the Leaving Cert Problem
National Student Accommodation Strategy
Academics pile pressure on UL president over structural reorganisation ahead of industrial ballot
New Chair of Governing Body of LIT
Trinity increases spending on international student recruitment to €1.4 million
Ulster University and where to find 100 more doctors?
Trinity Needs a Drug Policy – And Badly
How Silly Are You (or Pompous or Forthright)?
Unions warned of post-PSSA pay limbo
Belfast Holyland residents ‘at wits end’ as universities probe scores of anti-social behaviour cases
Cut the Rent Opts Against Launching January Rent Strike on Campus
2019 Strike Picket Pics
University of Limerick facing academic revolt over restructuring
In Old Library, a Cultural Campaign for Women Figureheads Comes to a Head
Student Support Schemes – Students With Disabilities