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Inclusion, change and continuity at GSU election debate

The 5 candidates for President and Vice-President spoke in the only debate of the campaign tonight

After two days of campaigning, the only debate of the Trinity College Graduates Students’ Union (GSU) took place in the Jonathan Swift Theatre tonight, Tuesday April 25. With voting beginning on Wednesday, it was the final chance for the candidates

SciTech

Ave Verum: Medical device spin out maps the start-up path to success

The founders of campus company ProVerum Medical speak to Dáire O’Driscoll ahead of their expansion to the St. James’s Campus

“This might be the last photo of just the three of us,” says Conor Harkin, co-founder and Chief Executive of ProVerum Medical. He leans against a desk in the ProVerum offices in Dublin City Centre, not far from the Biomedical …

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TCDSU President-elect Kevin Keane in controversy after speaking against Israel boycott

Students for Justice in Palestine allege that Keane has broken a pledge made during election campaign

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) President-elect Kevin Keane has broken a pledge he made during the sabbatical officer election campaign to advocate for an economic and academic boycott of Israel in Trinity. On February 16, following the joint Trinity

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Concerns raised by DUCAC over Summer Series concerts

Potential damage to the cricket pitch and safety concerns surrounding the Pavilion Bar are among the issues raised

Dublin University Central Athletic Committee (DUCAC) have expressed concerns to the Commercial Revenue Unit (CRU) regarding the upcoming Summer Series concerts.

DUCAC, who were not consulted prior to the announcement of the concerts, voiced concerns to the CRU and the

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Academic staff to ballot on industrial action in coming days

The Irish Federation of University Teachers call for strike action after exhausting “all possible avenues”

The Irish Federation of University Teachers (IFUT), the union representing academic, administrative and library staff , is to ballot members for strike action. On March 21, members of the Trinity College Branch Executive of IFUT, met to discuss disputes with

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DUGES criticises CSC after quorum not met at AGM

The required number of society treasurers were not present for the vote to pass

Dublin University Gender Equality Society (DUGES) have voiced their frustration with the Central Societies Committee (CSC) after they were unable to change their name to the Feminist Society at the CSC Annual General Meeting (AGM) held on March 21. The

Trinity students join Strike 4 Repeal assembly on O’Connell bridge

Trinity students and TCDSU join with an estimated 3,000 people to mark international women’s day.

Over 300 Trinity students joined the Strike for Repeal march today, marching from Front Square to O’Connell Bridge. The march, which began at 12.30 and was organised by TCD Strike For Repeal in conjunction with TCDSU, saw students and staff

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USI candidates voted on at TCDSU Council

Six candidates secured the support of TCDSU’s delegates for the election at the USI Congress

Candidates running for election to roles in the Union of Students’ in Ireland (USI) spoke this evening at Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) Council. Class representatives were asked to vote on which candidate TCDSU would support at USI Council.

Sport

A Captain’s Run

Dáire O’Driscoll talks to Róisín Harbison, Captain of Wind and Wake and Honorary Secretary of the DUCAC Captains Committee

Confidence is like obscenity: hard to define, but you know it when you see it. One thing that isn’t difficult to pin down is where this confidence arises from. Sport has played a big part in the life of Róisín

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