UCC cancels academic conference on Israel Plans to hold similar conference at UK university were cancelled over ‘safety concerns’
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Quality of Irish graduates at risk due to funding shortages Rising student numbers and falling investment linked to larger classes and fewer supports
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A nation untouched, out of touch Ignorance of the horrors wreaked upon the Syrian city of Aleppo is not without consequence
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Third-level courses 'should be radically overhauled' Figures show most Maynooth University students opting for broader range of subjects
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