Students’ Unions are vital for the wellbeing and rights of students, and play an important and too-often underappreciated role. In
Students found to be in breach of COVID-19 regulations at NUI Galway have been tasked with an unusual form of
NUI Galway has come under criticism by students and NUIGSU for not waiving their €295 resit fees despite their purpose
The National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG) has announced that it will offer refunds to students who have booked on-campus
NUI Galway (NUIG) has backtracked on the introduction of a mandatory student health pledge. The College is now encouraging students
Social media has been awash with frustration and disappointment as UCD and NUIG students alike react to the lack of
Professor Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh, Dean of Business in UCD, has recently been announced as the new President of NUI Galway.
A group of students in NUI Galway were removed by an Garda Síochána after a demonstration calling for the repeal
An investigation by the Irish Times revealed that universities in Ireland, including UCD, spent over €5 million on mental health
Last month, Minister Harris welcomed the publication by higher education institutions of their Actions Plans aimed at ending sexual violence and harassment.
Minister for Higher Education, Simon Harris is encouraging staff and students of University College Dublin (UCD), Trinity College Dublin (TCD)
This week Eoin Fagan, UCD Science student and Anti Conversion Therapy Coalition (ACTC) member, spoke to The College Tribune on