Editorial: We stand by our reporting, and all women who have experienced sexual misconduct

Trinity News commends the bravery of the woman in question in coming forward

Yesterday, Trinity News published a story regarding allegations of sexual harassment against TCDSU Presidential candidate Sean Ryan, and a resulting complaint brought against Ryan to the Junior Dean. Despite the heavy criticism we received from Ryan for this story, we


Candidates take to the stage for the fourth time in Trinity News Activism hustings

Candidates fielded questions on the themes of activism and campaigns

Just eleven candidates took to the stage at tonight’s fourth hustings, the Trinity News Activism hustings. Michael McDermott, who’s contesting the President and University Times Editor race, dropped out of the hustings for health reasons. Hosted by journalist Dil Wickremasinghe, …


University Times Equality Hustings takes place

Candidates faced questions on equality issues from an expert panel

At the first University Times Equality Hustings, the twelve sabbatical officer candidates answered questions from USI Vice President for Equality and Citizenship Siona Cahill, University Times Editor Dominic McGrath, Ciáran Wadd, President of Cumann Gaelach and TCDSU Ethnic Minorities Officer …


Second round of candidate speeches held at TCDSU Council

The hustings takes place after the first day of campaigning

At the fifth Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) Council tonight, the twelve sabbatical officer candidates gave speeches and fielded questions from the attendees, who largely consisted of class representatives.


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O’Mahony began by mentioning the history of


First hustings of the TCDSU election campaign takes place

The hustings took place on the steps of the Dining Hall this afternoon, with all campaigns launched afterwards

The first hustings of the Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) sabbatical officer elections took place this afternoon on the steps of the Dining Hall. The twelve candidates fielded questions in the event that was hosted by current TCDSU Education …


Head to head: Should students be allowed to opt out of TCDSU?

Riain Fitzsimmons and Hugh Whelan go head to head on whether students ought to have the option to opt out of TCDSU membership

Yes, students be allowed to opt out of TCDSU – Ríain Fitzsimmons  

Students should not be forced to be a member of an organisation that they do not want to be a part of; that is the simple position of

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