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Seanad elections: Tom Clonan on “25 years fighting for the rights of others”

Retired army captain, lecturer and security analyst Tom Clonan discusses his plans for the Seanad

Tom Clonan has a long, impressive and varied career. Having graduated from Trinity in 1987, he joined the army and moved up the ranks, eventually retiring as captain. Since, he’s taken on a number of roles, including as a lecturer …

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Seanad elections: Looking at the big picture is “the kind of thing I do,” says Joseph O’Gorman

Having spent over 30 years making decisions behind the scenes in Trinity, O’Gorman is running for a Seanad seat

Joseph O’Gorman was heavily involved in Trinity society life as a student and, more than three decades since his graduation, that hasn’t changed. O’Gorman has worked with the Central Societies Committee (CSC) for over 30 years, assisting behind the scenes …

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Accommodation complexes should provide refunds, USI says

Purpose built accommodation complexes are not providing refunds to students that are no longer living in the privately-operated buildings

Residents of purpose built student accommodations complexes should provide refunds to students who had to move out due to the spread of the coronavirus, the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) have said.

Some purpose built student accommodation complexes are …