12 Trinity student societies have been granted full recognition by the Central Societies Committee (CSC).
Arabesque Soc, Caledonian Soc, Cancer Soc, Enactus, French Soc, Pool Soc, Student 2 Student (S2S), Sociology Soc, the Student Managed Fund (SMF), the Society for …
Trinity academics Brian Lucey, Sean Barrett and Constantin Gurdgiev have lent their support to calls for a European debt conference to be held in Ireland. The move comes a week after a private members’ motion supporting a debt conference, which …
The editor of The University Times (UT) will be paid €80 per week less than the current SU communications officer and will not be provided with campus accommodation next year, Trinity News has learned.
The UT editorship will be separated …
Calls to Niteline – the “confidential and anonymous listening service” run by and for students from Trinity and other third level institutions in the Dublin area – have risen by 85% in the past year, Trinity News has learned.
Darren McCallig is to leave Trinity after seven years as Church of Ireland chaplain.
The Reverend Darren McCallig, Church of Ireland chaplain and dean of residence, is to leave Trinity after seven years as chaplain. He is moving to Copenhagen where he will be chaplain of the English-speaking Anglican Church in the city. His …
Staff target asylum seekers in direct provision centres, Irish Refugee Council CEO says.
An asylum seeker who enquired about his transfer from an initial direct provision centre in Dublin to another centre in Sligo was jeered by a Department of Justice official who called out “Sligo, Sligo, Sligo,” Sue Conlan, the CEO of …
The accounts of the College Historical Society and Dublin University Pharmaceutical Students Association (DUPSA) were among those deemed unsatisfactory by the Central Societies Committee (CSC) last year, Trinity News has learned.
In reports presented to the CSC term general meeting …
Northern Ireland is undergoing its worst crisis since devolution and political deadlock threatens its government with bankruptcy, Alliance Party politician Anna Lo has claimed. Speaking to students about “Contemporary Problems in Northern Ireland” at an event held by the Society …
James Prendergast looks at the SU’s response to Dublin’s growing accommodation crisis
A flyer drop to 20,000 homes on the outskirts of Dublin by the Students’ Union’s Accommodation Advisory Service appealing for digs has so far resulted in only 200 additional beds being made available, as the union expands the service, hires …
Deputy News Editor
The rates of economic growth, Ireland experienced between 1994 and 2000, “were a form of one off”, according to former Taoiseach John Bruton. Giving the keynote address to the Trinity Economic Forum (TEF) 2014, Bruton …