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# trinity college dublin

Last week
7th April 2024 - 13th April 2024
Dr Tony Holohan awarded Adjunct Professorship in Trinity School of Medicine
This month
April 2024
Students gave us their take on Harris's time at Higher Ed (and what they make of his promotion)
This year
Irish researchers discover possible underlying cause of ‘brain fog’ in Long Covid patients
Last year
TCD seeks public’s help in renaming library previously named after George Berkeley
Trinity professor warns of racial bias in police facial tracking ahead of Oireachtas debate
District Court judge calls for mandatory free legal aid for domestic violence cases
An Bord Pleanála to hold ‘oral hearing’ into €9.5 billion Dublin Metrolink project
Fears for future of CAMHS workforce as Trinity cancels 'important' specialist nursing course
Trinity College to 'dename' largest library due to George Berkeley slave-trade connections
Sacking of TCD worker from €120k job after sexual assault case ‘not unfair’, says WRC
Trinity College set to return 13 skulls taken from Inishbofin over 100 years ago
All time
Christmas explained: How and why did the festival begin and when did it become so secular?
Working group to decide whether to rename Trinity College library named after slave-owner
'Lessons have to be learned' from Dr Holohan TCD role controversy, Taoiseach says
Department of Health will pay Dr Tony Holohan's salary in new Trinity professor role
New Trinity College debate committee to highlight voices of students of colour
Uncertain future of Dublin's Science Gallery to be discussed next week
Growing up in Ireland: Girls significantly more likely than boys to experience symptoms of depression
Last women standing: Trinity to appoint first woman provost
Almost three-quarters of Irish adults aged 58 and over have two or more medical conditions
Stark contrast between Ireland's richest and poorest college students revealed by new study
Dublin-based biotech outfit Inflazome has been acquired for €380 million by Swiss drug company Roche
Government advisory group on planned €1 billion 'innovation district' in Dublin hasn't met in over a year
College might once have offered an escape for vulnerable students - Covid-19 has changed that
'Mystery' donor gives €260,000 to Trinity College Dublin PhD students impacted by pandemic
Trinity College plants new wildflower meadow on College Green
Concerns over late-night student behaviour fuel residents' objections to Trinity accommodation plan
Concerns over Google Play Services reignited over Covid apps but HSE warns against conflating issues
Trinity astronomers witness ‘monster star’ mysteriously disappearing into darkness
Trinity College asks Dublin City Council to improve walking and cycling routes as restrictions are eased
Trinity research shows 75% of workers fear contracting Covid-19 on their public transport commute
Feeling hoarse working from home? TCD is warning your voice could be at risk during lockdown
'We have to live with anxiety': Written and published in 10 days, a new book wants to help people cope with our new reality
TCD could lose at least €3 million after decision to close Book of Kells due to coronavirus fears
After two years of planning, Trinity College replaces iconic 150-year-old trees
Life expectancy in Ireland's most deprived area 7 years lower than most affluent area
Irish students studying in Hong Kong forced to return to Ireland amid violent protests on campus
'Should we admit this is a gesture?': Staff at Trinity College called for clarity ahead of call out for more women sculptures
Book of Kells to be removed from public display at Trinity College Dublin for four months
An Irish robot called Stevie made the cover of Time magazine