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College authorities have been adding more and more study places each year, but have been struggling to keep up with record levels of demand. Photograph: iStock

It’s midnight outside UCD’s James Joyce library and hundreds of bleary-eyed students are trailing out the main door. Some have been here since first (...)

Il Bravo: nominated for best opera and best costumes. Photograph: Clive Barda/ArenaPal

A stunning, shape-shifting lament with a bravura star performance. A room-spinning take on an unstaged Samuel Beckett novel. A vivid mingling of forgo(...)

The students are demanding that proposed supplemental examination fees be scrapped; affordable rental options be introduced and that student fees not be increased. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Students who occupied a building in Trinity College Dublin have announced an end to the protest that began earlier this week over the introduction of (...)

Trinity College Dublin students are demanding  proposed exam-resit fees be scrapped, that affordable rental options be introduced and that student fees not be increased. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Security guards have entered a Trinity College Dublin campus building occupied by student protestors. Just before 5pm on Wednesday evening, a number(...)

Caoilfhionn Dunne performs Katie as an otherworldly figure

Shortly before rehearsals for the Abbey’s new production of Katie Roche began, its director, Caroline Byrne, gave a good-natured disclaimer. “It’s goi(...)

The Leaving Cert starts today and the ensuing media circus that goes with it is in full swing. But why are we still putting faith in this absurd (...)

Students taking part in group work as part of the new junior cycle.

Liam Wegimont, principal of Mount Temple Comprehensive School in Clontarf, Dublin, produces a neatly typed letter from his files. It is from a previo(...)

Trinity College Dublin reforms will result in the teaching term beginning two weeks earlier and the introduction of Christmas exams for the first time. Photograph: Getty Images

Trinity College Dublin is to break with almost 400 years of tradition by introducing Christmas exams and an earlier start to the academic year for its(...)

From left, Prof Chris Morash of TCD, Lynn Scarff, Science Gallery Dublin director, and Senator Lynn Ruane  in an installation by Elaine Hoey called  The Weight of Water at the Science Gallery programme launch. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Robot helpers, impossible sounds and the the apocalypse are part of next year’s exhibitions at Science Gallery Dublin. In a speech launching the pr(...)

Brian MacCraith, president of Dublin City University: “An immediate investment of at least €100 million is required for the third-level sector in the upcoming budget.” Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The fall of Irish universities in this week’s QS World University Rankings represents a “tipping point” for the third-level sector, according to Bria(...)

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