CSC executive members resign over chair’s conduct

Several members of the CSC executive have resigned after calls for chairperson Ryan Grunwell to step down


Several members of the executive of the Central Societies Committee (CSC) have resigned their positions in a protest against the conduct of chairperson Ryan Grunwell.

These resignations came ahead of tonight’s AGM when a new executive is due to be


First live debate of provost campaign sees candidates pushed to distinguish themselves

Journalist Sharon Ní Bheoláin quizzed the candidates on the finer details of their plans


The candidates running to be Trinity’s next provost had their first opportunity to engage in a live, in-person debate this afternoon during a discussion that spanned higher education funding, rankings, student services and the future of Trinity’s governance.

Professors Linda

News Analysis

Polling suggests that Emer Moreau’s path to editor of the University Times is relatively unchallenged by Peter Caddle’s entrance into the race

With a 78 point lead in the Trinity News Poll, Moreau looks on track to be elected comfortably

Emer Moreau is in many ways the traditional candidate for editor of the University Times, the student newspaper funded by Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union TCDSU). She is the paper’s current deputy editor, having been appointed to the role in


UT editor candidate Peter Caddle to abstain from Equality hustings

Caddle has said that he will spend the time reaching out to students rather than “appeasing the SU niche”


This afternoon, candidate for editor of the University Times Peter Caddle announced on Twitter that he would not attend tonight’s virtual Equality Hustings.

He claimed that he and his campaign team would use the time instead to “focus on producing


President candidates look to strike balance between political issues and local concerns at Media hustings

Candidates faced questions tonight from the editors of Trinity News and the University Times


Candidates to become the next president of Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) have set out competing visions for the union tonight as they sought to strike the balance between a focus on political issues and local concerns at the …


Leah Keogh issued major strike by Electoral Commission

The strike was issued after Keogh’s campaign page was published early before the official start of the campaign period.

Leah Keogh, the Welfare Officer of Trinity College Dublin Students Union (TCDSU) and a candidate to become the union’s next president, has been issued a major strike by the Electoral Commission (EC) and a ban on campaigning for the first