Monthly Archives: February 2022

TCD, Ukraine and the moral need to speak up
EU under pressure to halt science cooperation with Russia
Ukraine’s academics appeal for international support
Drink spike warning to UCC students ahead of Rag week
Masks to be required in DCU buildings until March 21st
University of Limerick backtrack on plans for twin room accommodation
Students sign petition appealing for College to increase funding for welfare services
UCD to Remove Mask Mandate
DCU cancels Royal Moscow Ballet performance of Swan Lake tonight over ‘truly shocking’ events in Ukraine
Ukraine’s academics appeal for international support
Law professor charged with murder
Withholding of UL funding still under consideration
The Irish Times view on UCD and China: a case to answer
Carlow, Kilkenny, Wexford and Wicklow will all have a part to play in SETU, not just Waterford according to Minister Simon Harris
Trinity College Dublin issues message of support as student who died in ‘shocking’ library incident named
Technological Universities – County Wicklow
UCD talk on violence against women interrupted with porn and abuse
Keep science out of Europe’s post-Brexit arguments
UCD academics criticise president’s defence of Beijing-linked institute
Gardaí investigating after man is found dead in library of Trinity College