Protestors marched to the US embassy in solidarity against police brutality
Trinity students have joined thousands of protesters marching in Dublin city centre on Monday in a demonstration against racism and police brutality.
In solidarity with mass protests that have taken place across the United States in response to the anger …
141 additional students cast their votes by 5pm today
On the second day of voting for the Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) sabbatical officers, 141 votes have been counted, bringing the past two days’ combined total votes to 501, or 9.2% of the electorate.
Voting continues to be conducted in …
Keegan, in his campaign for vice-president, sees postgraduates as the “cornerstone” of college
Covid-19 has opened a new page in a book that Joseph Keegan wants to write for the Graduate Students’ Union. After pursuing and completing a post-graduate certificate in Creative Thinking, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship in Trinity last year, he hopes to …
Element Pictures, the producers behind Normal People, have purchased the film and TV rights to Nealon’s novel
Louise Nealon, a 27 year old Trinity alumna, seems set to follow in fellow Trinity alum Sally Rooney’s footsteps with the 2021 release of her debut novel and pre-publication seizing of film and TV rights by Element Pictures.
Bonnier Books …
Sabbatical officer candidates took questions from a small but engaged viewership
Candidates for Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) sabbatical officer positions fielded questions from postgraduate students this afternoon in a virtual hustings, marking a break from the traditional town hall format due to Covid-19 restrictions.
The hustings – which faced some “teething …
Charlie Flanagan grants two months on expiring INIS visas in response to COVID-19
Minister for Justice and Equality Charlie Flanagan has announced plans to extend all immigration permissions set to expire between 20 May and 20 July 2020 for two months.
This announcement comes in response to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. International Trinity …
Keogh won the election with 87.9% of the vote
Leah Keogh wins the position of Welfare with 87.9% votes following an uncontested race. In the Welfare election, there were 2,590 total votes cast with 176 spoiled votes, leaving a valid poll of 2,417.
Of the the three uncontested races …
Following an uncontested race, McInerney wins the role of Ents Officer
Hugh McInerney, a final year history student, has been elected Entertainments Officer of Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) for the 2020/2021 academic year. Running in an uncontested race, there was little doubt that McInerney would not secure the position, …
The sole Ents candidate proposes a new service called “Trinity This Week”, an overview of “Ents events, society gatherings and other noteworthy events” in a video format
Hugh McInerney, a history student in his final year, is running an uncontested race for the position of Ents Officer, though he promises that this will not compromise his campaign. In fact, he states, “I really don’t want anyone to …
For Trinity’s international student population, a new visa renewal process is a welcome change to a dreaded annual tradition
After following signs that filter EU and non-EU passport holders into specially designated enclosures, queuing through a maze of airport stanchions, and arriving at the desk of a passport control officer, international students who arrive in Ireland are granted green …