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USI’s Actions “deplorable” says FEE

Members of the Free Education for Everyone student campaign group and the Occupy University movement have expressed displeasure and annoyance over the actions of the Union of Students in Ireland during the national student protest on Wednesday 16th. Initially marching…

Students in Sleep Out at Department of Education

Up to seventy students are taking part in a sleep out at the Department of Education on Marlborough Street in Dublin’s north inner city tonight. The turn out is less than expected as it is believed weather conditions deterred many…

Our favourite “Stop Fees” signs

    Photos by Danny Lambert & Donie O’Sullivan    

LIVE :: “Stop Fees” Protest. Dublin City Centre #stopfees

      Click here to refresh for latest updates>> Welcome to the College Tribune’s live coverage of the Union of Students in Ireland “Stop Fees, physician Save the Grant” demonstration in Dublin city centre. Throughout the day we will…

A quick Q&A with Joe Higgins (live from ‘Stop fees’ protest)

Are you supportive of what the students are doing here today?Yes it’s very important that the mobilisation happens here today, unhealthy but i think the question needs to be stepped up. An increase in fees or any cuts in education…

UCD Young Fine Gael refuse to support student protest

The UCD branch of Young Fine Gael (UCDYFG) will not be taking part in the Union of Students in Ireland’s “Stop Fees” protest later on today. UCD YFG supported last year’s USI “Education not Emigration” protest however the chair of…

Exclusive: Labour Youth call on Labour Party to Honour Pledge to Students

Labour Youth have called on the Labour Party to honour their pre-election pledge and ensure there is “no further financial hardship on students.” Conor Ryan, the Chair of the youth wing of the Labour Party told the College Tribune that…

Grim weekend of news for third level students

Thousands of students are expected to take to the streets on Wednesday following a weekend of alarming articles in two of Ireland’s national newspapers. The Sunday Business Post reports today that the government may scrap all financial assistance for new…

UCD student in hit and run shocker

Nineteen year old UCD student Katie O’Carroll was involved in a hit and run incident with a taxi outside of Merville Residences on the night of the 31st of October. O’Carroll, who studies veterinary nursing, told the College Tribune that…

News in Brief

New PhD Programme for Science Graduates Molecular Medicine Ireland, along with its academic partners UCD, TCD, NUIG and UCC, have launched a new PhD programme with the aim of “preparing science graduates for employment” in our current economy. The new…