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# Trinity College

This year
Dublin school remembers 'much cherished' past pupil who died kayaking in US
Ella Mills was an English student at Trinity College Dublin and Columbia University.
Students block access to Book of Kells in protest against Trinity College rent hike
The college has called the protest “counter-productive”, while some tourists expressed disappointment.
Students canvass Dubliners to join the rent-a-room scheme in an attempt to increase bed supply
The scheme was criticised by the Union Of Students in Ireland as a “band-aid” to the accommodation shortage.
Human remains taken from Inishbofin by Trinity researchers returned to island
The skulls, thought to be around 400 years old, were taken from a monastery on the island in 1890.
Tony Holohan says media and others tried to 'oversimplify' pandemic response
Holohan said there was no “silver bullet” that could have stopped the pandemic.
Last year
Working group to decide whether to rename Trinity College library named after slave-owner
Trinity’s main library was named in 1978 after the renowned philosopher George Berkeley, who was a slave-owner.
Trinity get go-ahead for 358 new student beds despite objections from local residents
Criticism of the location of the student accommodation has arisen, with residents saying it goes against the “spirit” of the local area.
Russian 'spy' arrested following Dutch operation 'not the only' agent to have worked in Ireland
Sergey Vladimirovich Cherkasov had studied in Ireland under the false Brazilian alias Viktor Muller Ferreira.
Trinity apologises for suggestion that pride flags on campus could cause offence
An email sent to Trinity staff last week said that pride flags on the campus could offend some people.
Documents damaged in 1922 Four Courts fire to be restored and made public
A virtual record of documents from Ireland’s past will be launched online for the public.
'You lost the run of yourself': Robert Watt grilled by TDs over Holohan secondment to Trinity
The Secretary General of the Department of Health appeared before the Oireachtas Health Committee this morning.
Maura Quinn to head up review of Tony Holohan's abandoned secondment to Trinity
Quinn is the the outgoing Chief Executive of the Institute of Directors.
Denis Naughten: The only winners in the Holohan job debacle will be large consultancy firms
The independent TD says the mishandling of a potential move by the CMO to Trinity College is a wasted opportunity.
Donnelly receives report on Dr Tony Holohan's abandoned secondment to Trinity
The report was compiled by the Secretary General of the Department of Health, Robert Watt.
Trinity provost says university planning new model for Science Gallery ahead of closure
Linda Doyle said closing the gallery “affords us time to address the problems and build a new, exciting and sustainable way forward”.
Several Irish universities commit to introducing domestic abuse leave policy for staff in 2022
Trinity College, UCC, UCD and DCU have all committed to introducing the policies in 2022,
All time
€30 million donation to Trinity is one of the largest gifts to an Irish university by individuals
The funds will kickstart the development of the new Trinity East Campus
'Another glass ceiling has been shattered': Trinity College elects first female provost in 429-year history
Doyle will take over the role from Patrick Prendergast in August.
Extinction Rebellion protester held in prison after refusing to stay out of Trinity College Dublin
The man has accused Trinity College of not tackling climate change.
Simon Harris awarded by Trinity College Law Society for role in response to Covid-19
The minister said he was ‘humbled’ by his work during the pandemic.
Permission given to Trinity Hall extension despite concerns over 'screaming, shouting, and urinating'
Dozens of submissions from local residents raised concerns about the plans.
Antibody test to identify 'immune' individuals to get government funding boost
Those that are ‘immune’ could therefore be safe to return to work.
Two Kildare brothers help their dad to produce 1,000 face shields for front line medical staff
Mick Reilly works in the school of engineering at Trinity College Dublin and he and his sons have been producing the PPE at home.
Students vacating Trinity-owned accommodation to be refunded - but private renters face uncertainty
Sinn Féin’s Eoin Ó Broin called for clarity to be given to those in rental accommodation at this time of national crisis.
Schools in Ireland closed until 29 March and Trump bans travel from most of EU: Today's main Covid-19 points
A lot has happened- here’s where you can catch up.
The government wants to make Dublin more like Boston, Barcelona and Paris
A new Trinity College campus site will serve as the centre of the ‘Grand Canal Innovation District’.
'Should we admit this is a gesture?': Staff at Trinity College called for clarity ahead of call out for more women sculptures
The university has asked staff and students to nominate the first female scholar to be memorialised in a bust.
Three in four older Irish adults suffer from two or more medical conditions at the same time
Women have “a more complex network” of conditions, according to new research.
Trinity College professor missing on Mount Everest a day after reaching peak of world's highest mountain
Seamus Lawless reportedly fell on the mountain at an altitude of 8,300m yesterday.
Meet Stevie II - Ireland's first AI robot designed to help care for older people
The technology behind the new robot has been tested with Irish seniors, and was unveiled to the media today.
Trinity society says 'no bullying or humiliation' took place at alleged hazing event
The Knights of the Campanile are at the centre of a bugging controversy.
Trinity launches investigations after furore over alleged 'bugging' of secret society 'hazing'
The University Times used a recording device while investigating an alleged on-campus hazing event.
Poll: Have you ever visited Trinity College?
Plans are afoot to make the campus more accessible.
Trinity College 'deeply saddened' as student dies after falling from Cliffs of Moher
The 26-year-old man lost his footing while taking a photo.
'It's been a mad few months': From Trinity and Dalymount to marking Mo Salah and gracing the Fifa Club World Cup
Ayman Ben Mohamed talks about his time in the League of Ireland, studying at Trinity and winning the African Champions League.
'Wasn't happy with the lack of pints': Visitors complain about Ireland's most popular tourist attractions
Ireland has plenty to offer visitors at home and abroad – but there’s just no pleasing some people.
23-year-old former Trinity College student and Bohemians winger Ben Mohamed wins African Champions League
Ayman Ben Mohamed was raised in Dublin and spent time with UCD, Longford Town and Bohemians.
Trinity scientists discover parallel between recovery of sea creature and mammals
The groundbreaking research has just been published by the Journal of the Royal Society Interface.
Maps show distribution of wealth in 14th-century Ireland
They suggest a more complex Gaelic economy than often believed.
Fall of Irish universities in world rankings 'disappointing but not a surprise'
Trinity College Dublin has lost its place in the top 100 universities.