Six students are involved in establishing the society
A group of students have begun petitioning for provisional recognition of a new true crime society in Trinity.
Six students are currently involved in setting up Dublin University True Crime Society (DUTC). The group began collecting the 200 signatures required …
Working groups were established at the first meeting of the new workers rights group
Working groups were established at the first meeting of the new TCD PhD Workers Rights Group tonight, along with loose plans to create a petition and gain the Graduates Students’ Union’s (GSU) official support.
Among the group’s central aims are …
Among the group’s central aims are the recognition of PhD students as workers
A Trinity PhD workers rights group is being established to advocate for the recognition and protection of working rights of PhD students in Trinity and other Irish universities.
Among the group’s central aims are the recognition of PhD students as …
Dublin University Football Club received the highest number of sports scholarships
Trinity Sport has unveiled their sports scholars for 2019/20, with a total of 65 students receiving this recognition and 16 sports represented.
Dublin University Football Club received the highest number of sports scholarships, with 34 rugby players receiving a scholarship. …
The lift regularly malfunctions, leaving some students without access to the building
Students have launched a petition for the installation of a ramp for Trinity’s Loyola Building, due to frequent issues with the lift leading up to the entrance of the building.
The lift was out of service on at least nine …
TCD Plastic Solutions is calling for a reusable cup deposit and return scheme at Trinity Ball
TCD Plastic Solutions has circulated a petition calling for the implementation of a reusable cup deposit and return scheme at this year’s Trinity Ball, which they say “will prevent the annual production of thousands of single-use plastic cups for just …
FLAC is organising the sleepout with TCDSU and the homelessness charity the Peter McVerry Trust
Trinity’s Free Legal Advice Centre (FLAC) is co-organising an annual sleepout in solidarity with homeless people in Ireland, to take place next week.
Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) have also participated in organising the sleepout in association with the …
USI and IFUT representatives expressed their disappointment with the announcements
Student and university teacher representatives condemned Budget 2020 this afternoon for failing to address higher education core funding and failing to significantly increase investment in the sector.
The government didn’t directly addresses core higher education funding in today’s Budget announcement. …
The renewal of the partnership agreement was formally announced today
SIPTU and the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) have announced the renewal of an agreement between the two organisations to facilitate joint campaigns and provide third level students with support in the workplace.
Among the initiatives laid out in …
Trinity is devising a new scheme to increase the number and length of time artworks will be displayed
Trinity’s art hire scheme has been suspended for the academic year while a new system is being devised.
The art hire scheme allows students, staff and departments to rent artworks from Trinity’s extensive contemporary collection, which includes art by …