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Students are most likely to get a first at Trinity College Dublin. The Higher Education Authority has denied there’s pressure on universities to award more top degrees. It comes as figures in the Irish Times show 1 in 5 students are receiving a first class honours in Trinity, while 72 percent are getting a first […]

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“Accept the fact that how you’re feeling shouldn’t own you.” As this year’s World Mental Heath Day is focused around young people and mental health in a changing world, Dave from The Hub wanted to chat to two particular people. His special guests on the night were DJ and producer John Gibbons and President of […]

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This is your last chance to finalise your college choices. Leaving Cert students unsure about their third level choices have until Sunday to change their minds. The CAO Change of Mind deadline closes at 5:15pm on July 1st. The free facility offers applicants the opportunity to add, remove or change the order of their course choices. […]

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This is surprising! via GIPHY A new study’s revealed the third level courses students are most likely to drop out of before finishing first year. The Higher Education Authority report’s found Irish students studying architecture and construction are the least likely to progress to second year. While medicine and healthcare students have the highest levels […]

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A demonstration at Trinity College Dublin against the introduction of a repeat exam fee has escalated tonight. Students are now occupying the iconic Exam Hall in Front Square. Earlier, the university called private security to lock down the Dining Hall, where 60 students have been staging a sit-in protest since yesterday. TCD Students’ Union say […]

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The snow days are over for the majority of students. The Department of Education says schools, colleges of further education and third level institutions will re-open tomorrow “where possible”. Each school will decide whether to open their doors to students, or remain closed, depending on the conditions in their area. Where possible, schools, colleges of […]

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A university in Switzerland is offering the country’s first yodelling degree. The new course at Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts will start later this year. via GIPHY The unique singing style will be taught by two acclaimed folk stars, Nadja Räss and Sarah Buechi. Yodelling involves wobbling your voice up and down in […]

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So You are back at home for the summer, in your familiar bed after 8 months of being an independent college Goer. But your parents are driving you up the wall, Dave offers some advice to make life more bearable.

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