“Mental Health initiative of paramount importance”: interview with GSU Vice President candidate Gogoal Falia

Falia discusses postgraduate fees, the accommodation crisis and mental health

Dr. Gogoal Falia, a medical doctor from India and an Master of Business Administration (MBA) candidate at Trinity, is one of two candidates running to be Vice-President of the Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) for the 2018/19 academic year. In an


SCS cuts waiting list for counselling appointments by nearly 50% in two weeks

A figure released to Trinity News earlier this month showed that 80 students were waiting on their first counselling appointment

The Student Counselling Service (SCS) has revealed that their waiting list has been reduced by almost half in just two weeks. The number of students awaiting a first counselling appointment following an initial consult, which previously stood at 80, …


80 students on Trinity’s counselling waiting list

Over 1,500 students have attended Trinity’s counselling service this academic year

Upwards of 1,500 students have engaged with the Student Counselling Service (SCS) in the 2017/18 academic year thus far, with 80 students who attended an initial consultation still waiting on their first counselling appointment, information provided to Trinity News has


Not just a joke candidate? Presidential candidate Michael McDermott discusses the “Trinity Collidge” page and disillusionment with the SU

“Trinity Collidge” founder McDermott is “pretty content with being Ireland’s version of Brexit”

Michael McDermott is the Senior Sophister Nanoscience student behind satirical Facebook page, ‘Trinity Collidge’. Viewed by many as a “joke candidate,” McDermott has no previous experience in either student politics or journalism but this has not deterred him from running

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