216 TCDSU class rep positions remain vacant

Applications are now open for these positions to be filled

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) have seen 216 of its class rep positions remain unfilled. The announcement was made in the weekly TCDSU email, where a spreadsheet with all unfilled positions was opened to students. Applications are now open


Take Back the City block O’Connell Bridge

The action is part of the group’s National Day of Action

Trinity students have today blocked traffic on O’Connell Bridge, as part of the Take Back the City National Day of Action. The demonstration began in the Garden of Remembrance today at 1pm, and left the garden at 2pm. The event


Graduate Students’ Union elects Sophia Gonsalves-Brown as its new chairperson

The AGM also saw various faculty reps, officers, and electoral commissioners elected

The Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) has elected Sophia Gonsalves-Brown as its new chairperson. The election of a new chairperson saw two candidates speak for three minutes on their proposals and plans for election. The elections took place in the Ed


Biomedical review finds failure rates in mesh treatments “unacceptably high”

It was also found that patients are not completely aware of risk when undergoing the procedure

Failure rates in various surgical mesh treatments have been found to be “unacceptably high”, according to a recently published comprehensive biomedical review. The study considered the findings of peer reviewed scientific articles which assessed its uses. It also called for


Trinity students rally against “gardaí and landlord alliance”

The protest brought traffic on O’Connell street to a standstill

Trinity students rallied against the “gardaí and landlord alliance” alongside housing activists this evening. Protesters engaged in a sit-down protest on O’Connell Street where they obstructed traffic at the Parnell monument at the north end of the street.

Demonstrators met


Arrested Trinity student Conchúir Ó Ráidigh speaks out on his injuries

Ó Ráidigh went to hospital last night with multiple injuries after being arrested

Trinity student Conchúir Ó Ráidigh, who was arrested and later released last night as housing activists were evicted from an occupied property on North Frederick Street, spoke to Trinity News today about his experience.

Recalling his arrest, Ó Ráidigh told

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