25 other elected positions were filled at tonight’s final TCDSU Council meeting
At tonight’s Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) Council, 32 students were elected into positions for next year’s council board.
Before the elections took place, Education Officer Megan O’Connor issued an emergency motion to renew the position of Off-Campus Officer. …
“Trinity Festival” will be streamed live on April 23
Yesterday evening, Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) Ents Officer Hugh McInerney issued a statement announcing the upcoming “Trinity Festival”, to take place on April 23.
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has necessitated the cancellation of Trinity’s largest event, Trinity Ball, …
A motion for the GSU to divest from TCDSU was initially deemed to have passed, but then failed by a significant margin when it was rerun
The Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) has voted against a motion to divest from Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) on a second vote.
The motion was voted on twice after an initial decision that the motion was deemed to have …
One motion was passed by a four-vote margin as some members said they were unable to cast their vote
The Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) deemed to have passed three motions this evening that have introduced a series of changes to the union’s constitution despite members raising serious concerns over the structure of the meeting and its voting process.
Council ended early after the meeting lost its quorum, with 10 motions deferred
10 motions have been deferred to the next Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) Council after the meeting lost its quorum this evening.
Council ended early after a call to check whether quorum was met among attendants at tonight’s Council.…
Four new societies have been given formal recognition
Ben McConkey has been elected Chair of the Central Societies Committee (CSC) at the committee’s annual general meeting this evening.
McConkey was secretary of the committee in the 2019/2020 academic year and returns to the committee as chair, whose role …
Students are to have the “automatic right” to defer their capstone project submissions until the reassessment period
Trinity students are to be allowed to defer the submission of their capstone project until August, College has confirmed.
An email from College this afternoon alerted students to a new mitigation measure by which students completing their capstone project theses …
In a hustings hosted by IFUT, the three candidates for provost were questioned on issues regarding precarious contracts, the representation of women and whether the process of electing a new provost is “democratic”
The three candidates for provost were questioned this evening by Irish Federation of University Teachers (IFUT) Chairperson John Walsh, in a hustings hosted by the IFUT. This hustings allowed each candidate to speak more specifically about their policies regarding Trinity …
The three candidates dived into student issues at a hustings hosted by TCDSU
The future of fees for international students is likely to be determined by which of the three candidates in the race to be Trinity’s next provost is successful in the April election.
Professors Linda Doyle, Linda Hogan and Jane Ohlmeyer …
Following a protest hosted by USI this afternoon, students took to Twitter to call for government support in reducing student fees and making higher education more accessible
This afternoon, over 200 students across Ireland joined a virtual protest hosted by the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) via Zoom to protest student fees in Ireland.
Conducted entirely virtually, students participating in the protest were asked to Tweet …