Trinity’s E3 learning foundry named after Irish billionaire Martin Naughton

The construction has received an official green light from Dublin City Council

Trinity’s Engineering, Environment and Emerging Technologies (E3) learning foundry will be named the Martin Naughton E3 Learning Foundry, having received an official green light for construction from Dublin City Council. 

The six storey building will be located at the east


TCDSU renew formal opposition to fees and loan scheme

The SU will continue to lobby government for a reform of the SUSI grant system

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) renewed its formal opposition to higher education fees and an income contingent loan scheme at Council tonight. 

Campaigning for taxpayer funded, “free” education was among among 10 motions agreed upon between 2014 and 2017


Pro-chancellor: Government proposals “erode autonomy and diversity” of Trinity

Sean Barrett said that the proposals would “lead to a society which cannot tolerate even one automous university”

Pro-chancellor of Trinity, Sean Barrett, has condemned government proposals to reduce universities’ ability to govern themselves directly, arguing that the changes would erode the “autonomy and diversity of Irish universities” and Trinity in particular. 

In a 2,000 word statement, Barrett


The Phil and Trinity Fianna Fáil among societies with “unsatisfactory” accounts

Eight societies ended the 2018/19 academic year with unsatisfactory accounts

The University Philosophical Society (the Phil) and Trinity Fianna Fáil were among eight societies whose 2018/19 financial accounts were deemed to be “unsatisfactory” by the Central Societies Committee (CSC).

Architecture Society’s recognition lapsed in this past year, due to two …


Cut the Rent “fully committed” to continuing campaign despite SU vote

TCDSU declined to formally support the Cut the Rent campaign at Council this week

The Cut the Rent campaign are “fully committed” to fighting for rent decreases and building their movement despite Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) failing to support the group at Council this week.

The group said that the rejection of


The Script announced for charity event in Trinity

Trinity will be hosting an event as part of the World’s Big Sleep Out charity fundraiser

The Script will be playing in Trinity in December as part of the international World’s Big Sleep Out charity fundraiser to raise money to fight global homelessness. 

With an aim of raising over $45,000,000 The World’s Big Sleep Out will