DUGES stated that they “hope this will give people the freedom to talk openly and freely about periods without shame or fear of bleeding through their clothing”Aidan Cusack
Dublin University Gender Equality Society (DUGES) has created a WhatsApp group that is “open to any menstruators attending Trinity”, called the Period Provision Trinity Group.
In an Instagram post today, they stated that the aim of the group was to …
New legislation also includes measures for people with mental health difficulties and those with no addressAidan Cusack
Voters can now register online, and 16 and 17 year olds can pre-register as part of several new changes to the registration process as part of the Electoral Reform Act 2022.
A pending electors list has been introduced to facilitate …
The motion was proposed by Social Sciences and Philosophy School Convenor László MolnárfiAidan Cusack, Ellen Kenny and Kate Henshaw
Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) Council has passed a motion which mandates the union to lobby the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) to change to a system in which USI sabbatical members are directly elected.
TCDSU is now …
The new development provides 249 student bedrooms, a new health centre, a disability centre, sporting facilities and a new square on campusAidan Cusack and Shannon Connolly
After a process of five years, Printing House Square will finally open today, with students moving in throughout this week.
The new development provides 249 ensuite rooms on Pearse Street.
Ensuite rooms are clustered in flats of six to eight …
€300,000 a year will be provided by the government for the gallery for the next three to four yearsAidan Cusack
Trinity’s science gallery is to reopen next year in a “totally reimagined” format, the Business Post has revealed.
The gallery was forced to close in February after a decline in grants and philanthropic income since 2017, which caused financial difficulties.…
A national survey of students found that 37% had contemplated withdrawing from their degree programmeAidan Cusack
Over a third of students have ‘seriously considered’ dropping out of their college course, according to a national survey of students.
A major annual survey examining students’ experiences of higher education in Ireland, StudentSurvey.ie, found that 37% of students have …
The newly developed Printing House Square will provide 249 student bedrooms, a new health centre, a disability centre and sporting facilities on campusAidan Cusack
249 new student beds are to become available on campus from November 1.
In an email to students today, the college bursar announced that the newly developed Printing House Square will be open from next month.
Ensuite rooms will be …
Government has launched a new implementation plan to support a zero tolerance policy of sexual harassment in higher education institutionsAidan Cusack
The government has revealed a new higher education sexual violence and harassment, which aims to tackle issues related to sexual violence and harassment in higher education institutions (HEIs).
The plan includes €1.5 million in funding, which will support the appointment …
It is estimated that the potential carbon which could be stored in the 280+ trees would be almost 14,000 tons once they reach maturityAidan Cusack
Trinity staff and students gathered yesterday at the Santry Sports ground to plant 280 trees as part of An Taisce’s Climate Action Week.
Universities throughout Ireland are taking part in the week, offering events for staff and students to learn …
The move is part of a three-year plan to reduce traffic in Dublin City CentreAidan Cusack
Traffic is to be phased out on College Green from next year, the Business Post has reported.
Car lanes are to be phased out from next year on College Green as part of wider plans to remove traffic from Dublin …