Dylan McCarthy and Jack Palmer are the first ever team from Trinity to win the championship
A team from the University Philosophical Society (the Phil) have won the Grand Final of the European University Debating Championships (EUDC) in Zagreb.
Dylan McCarthy and Jack Palmer were one of over 150 teams from universities across Europe to compete …
The new bursary aims to honour the lives and memories of Trinity students who have lost their lives to suicide
Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) announced the launch of the Jack Shannon Bursary today. The bursary endeavours to honour the memory of Trinity students who lost their lives to suicide. It also aims to encourage more open conversations about …
Several members of the college community have demanded a formal apology for the “poor excuses” made by the secretary’s office
Provost Linda Doyle has said that Pride flags “are always welcome” in Trinity following controversy over the discouragement of a senior member of staff from hanging them on campus.
In a statement on Twitter, Doyle said: “Just to be 100% …
Previously students had to manually contact each College platform individually
Blackboard Learn will now automatically change a student’s name when they have updated their name change with College’s Academic Registry (AR).
Former Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) LGBT Rights Officer (LGBTRO) Jenny Maguire announced the news on Twitter.
Trinity is one of two Irish universities to have risen in the QS World University Rankings
Trinity has ranked within the world’s top 100 universities for the first time in five years.
Trinity has risen to 98th place on the top 100 Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings, marking the first time in five years that …
The funding will be invested in 47 projects in higher education institutions, private companies and local government
€3.7 million is to be invested in 47 projects aimed at improving public understanding of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), government announced yesterday.
The funding, received through the Science Foundation of Ireland (SFI) Discover Programme, will be focused on …
The difficulties of trying to travel during the worst of the pandemic
On March 12 2020, Chicago native and Trinity News journalist Shannon McGreevy was in Trinity Hall when Leo Varadkar announced the closure of schools and universities due to the Covid-19 pandemic. By March 16, international students, or approximately one in …
Nine years on from the failed referendum to abolish the Seanad, the chamber is still in dire need of structural and electoral reform. And with a by-election taking place this month, the need for reform is all the greater.
Seanad Éireann is in a contentious position. The by-election taking place this month, along with Lord Mayor Hazel Chu’s unexpected election bid, should put the Upper House of the Oireachtas at a significantly considerable position in the public imagination. However, …
Other positions elected this evening include Chair of Council, Commissions, three faculty convenors and the chair of Trinity BDS
The Part-Time Officers (PTOs) in Trinity College Dublin Students Union (TCDSU) for 2022/23 were elected at Council this evening.
Other positions elected this evening include Chair of Council, Commissions, three faculty convenors and Chair of Trinity Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions …
The AGM saw three of the four officer positions available filled
Eleanor Moreland was elected Chair of the Central Societies Committee (CSC) at their AGM last night, April 4.
Moreland is a third year philosophy, politics, economics and sociology (PPES) student. She is the current President of the Phil, having previously …