Monthly Archives: September 2021

A New Regime
NUI Galway subject of attempted cyber attack
Professor Philip Nolan retires as Maynooth University president after 10-year term
Trinity College’s ‘wildflower meadow’: What it was trying to achieve
Ministers O’Brien and Collins welcome student accommodation circular
Technological University of Shannon: Midlands Midwest to officially Open on 1st October
Brid Horan appointed as new DCU Chancellor
Adjusting back to the ‘old normal’ might be easy for some, but not for all
Josephine Feehily appointed as chair of Technological University of the Shannon: Midlands Midwest
OECD Report reveals increasing privatisation in education
‘I got maximum points – and I still lost out’: Is it time to ditch the points race for college?
At Online Learning Protest, the Aftershock of Take Back Trinity Lingers
Colleges open up in tandem with walk-in vaccination clinics
In-Person Graduations to be Held in Exam Hall from Late October
The Irish Times view on student accommodation crisis
Accommodation crisis has a social cost
Half of Leaving Cert students received first preference college place
Higher Education Department deletes tweet quoting US president’s advice
An Analysis of Graduate Earnings across Higher Education Institutions
Taoiseach Under Fire Over Student Accommodation Crisis