Daily Archives: 02 October, 2020

Gardaí called to student accommodation in Galway over false alarm
Cork Institute of Technology denies report amounted to ‘effectively investigating itself’
Gardaí shut down 35 house parties in Limerick, arrest 5 people
NUIG in hot water over Covid cluster
Trinity advertising for professor for Black Studies module
UL Will ‘Move Mountains’ To Accommodate Students Who Lost Out On Places Over Grade Errors
Digital Natives are not used to online learning via @guardian
The Department of Education loosening third-level grant requirements for asylum seekers is a step in the right direction, but not enough
Higher education not prioritised under new Covid-19 restrictions
CIT president announces retirement after 40-year career in higher education
Student parties in Galway
Addressing Leaving Cert results debacle poses major issues on lecturing staff numbers
Outreach COVID 19 testing base to be set up at NUIG campus
UCD employee sues college over injuries from lifting box of brochures
Blanket Statements For All Universities ‘Unhelpful’, Says Provost
Outrage as Medicine Freshers to Take Mandatory Dolores Cahill Module
Shift to remote learning leaves one in four student beds empty
Limerick IT – Coonagh site