The motion was proposed by TCDSU’s LGBT+ Rights Officer Jenny Maguire at this evening’s Council
Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) is to hold a referendum on adopting a long term policy of boycotting the Irish Times.
TCDSU’s LGBT+ Rights Officer Jenny Maguire proposed the motion to the union’s Council this evening, which was seconded …
IUA and USI both disappointed with funding
€3.7 billion has been allocated to students, universities and young people in Budget 2022.
€68 million will fund an additional 3,320 CAO places.
In a press release today, the Irish Universities Association (IUA) say the investment is “welcome [but] not …
Minister Harris has announced high uptake of students availing of vaccinations, and further mental health funding for colleges and students
This afternoon, the Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris, revealed that 3,335 students have availed of vaccinations at over 30 HSE clinics across the country.
In a video posted on his personal Twitter account, …
The group’s chair believes that College is “not taking students’ demands seriously”
Students 4 Change (S4C) held a town hall meeting in the Pav marquee today.
The campaign group organised a protest last week against College’s handling of the return to campus which attracted several hundred students but just a dozen people, …
Provost Linda Doyle and Director of Student Health, Dr David McGrath have announced College’s plans for after reading week
Today, Provost Linda Doyle and Director of Student Health, Dr David McGrath announced that College plans to scrap social distancing and set up a vaccination centre on campus after reading week
In a video posted on College’s online media platforms …
The group strongly disagrees with College’s reopening plan that limits on-campus activity until October 25
Students4Change have called on College to provide more in-person lectures, and to apologise to students for poor communication throughout the return to campus.
Students4Change are an independent, open-forum alliance of students from Trinity focused on taking action on the housing …
Trinity is taking a different approach to reopening to other Irish universities
Students have expressed feelings of disappointment and indifference towards College’s two-phase approach to reopening.
On August 27, Provost Linda Doyle announced College’s restrictions on campus activity for the first half of the semester. Trinity opened on September 6 with a …
From September 6 to 10 there will be several in-person outdoor and online events
Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) and Trinity Ents have organised an orientation week for Senior Fresh students from September 6 to 10.
TCDSU has organised the orientation week exclusively for Senior Freshers after their freshers week last September was …
Macron was welcomed by Provost Linda Doyle and joined by the Taoiseach, Minister Simon Harris and Lord Mayor Alison Gilliland
Yesterday (August 26), President of France Emmanuel Macron visited Trinity during his first trip to Ireland since entering office.
He toured the campus and met with students and staff to discuss topics such as post-Cocvid Europe, climate change and digital …
An email to students in the school of English today confirmed teaching arrangements for Michaelmas term
Students in the school of English received an email today that outlined the teaching arrangements for on-campus teaching in Michaelmas term.
The email was from the head of school, Prof Jarlath Kileen, and its director of teaching and learning for …