Monthly Archives: November 2023

University of Limerick and Plassey Trust celebrate legal victory against Uisce Éireann (Irish Water)
Public sector pay talks to begin at WRC
Ulster University removes ‘top 2% of universities in the world’ poster after latest complaint
Provost Linda Doyle Thanks ‘the Very Best of Trinity’ in Statement Following Riots
University Has Still Not Corrected Its Claim Regarding The Law And Pronouns
College to provide temporary bedding for students and staff on campus following riots in Dublin city
College on lockdown amidst rioting in city centre
Minister Harris announces details of €113 million cost of education package for university students
‘I’ll have to get three buses each way now’ – Dublin college students say Bus Connects changes will leave them stranded
€1,000 reduction in third level college fees comes into effect
Scopus Scopum
Up to one million graduates could be eligible to vote under Seanad election reform plan
All third-level students will soon have vote in Seanad elections
Trinity won’t rename library after Paul Mescal despite growing momentum
UCD President Orla Feely refuses to take a stance on the Israel and Palestine conflict
Minister Harris announces €40 million in capital funding for college campuses across the country
Chaos and confusion at UCD debate on Israel and Palestine
More college graduates go straight into jobs as fewer opt for postgraduate studies
Ireland, CERN and Science
College opens submissions for renaming of the Berkeley Library