The gathering was attended by around 40 students and addressed by the GSU President Shaz Oye
Around 40 members of Trinity’s postgraduate community gathered outside the Dining Hall this afternoon “to affirm the values of freedom of expression, freedom of assembly and the freedom to disagree”.
The event was organised by the Graduate Students Union (GSU) …
Company denies campaign impact while Aramark Off Our Campus co-founders say statement is “completely false”
The catering company Aramark, who until recently operated cafés in Trinity’s Hamilton building have said that the student campaign Aramark Off Our Campus “was not a factor” in the company’s decision to end their contract with College in December.
Over 180 nominations received for new Long Room busts
Provost Patrick Prendergast has tweeted out a list of over 180 names of people who have been nominated to be memorialised in sculpture in the Long Room in Trinity’s Old Library.
The list contains women such as poet Maya Angelou, …
The catering company chose not to extend their contract to operate cafes in Trinity to 2021
The catering company Aramark, who previously operated cafes in Trinity’s Hamilton building, have chosen to terminate their contract with College. The contract which Aramark had with Trinity was set to expire in 2019 but had the option to be extended …
O’Connor will stand as a Fianna Fail candidate in Cork East
Trinity student James O’Connor, who was elected to Cork County Council in May, has announced that he will stand for his party, Fianna Fail, in the upcoming February 8 general election in the constituency of Cork East.
O’Connor is a …
Students who registered in the past few months will not yet have had their names added to the register of electors
A quirk in electoral law may mean that students who registered to vote in the past few months will not make it on to the electoral register in time to be eligible to vote in the upcoming general election.
Candidates have until Friday January 24 to submit their nomination forms
Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) has opened nominations from students who wish to run for election for one of the union’s six sabbatical officer positions.
The six sabbatical officer positions within the union, which are all elected on an …
UCCSU launches petition to oppose the deportation order
Hazma Khan, a first year Computer Science student studying at University College Cork (UCC), has been issued with a deportation order demanding that he leave Ireland within a week.
Khan secured his place at UCC under the College’s University of …
The new campus is to form part of a “Grand Canal Innovation District” in the docks area of Dublin
The government has today approved plans to provide €150 million of funding over the next 10 years towards a new Trinity technology campus.
The new campus is to be located on Grand Canal Quay, where College already own an area …
Union pushing for amendments to a bill up for debate in the Seanad this week
The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) are encouraging their members to lobby Senators to make amendments to the Health Insurance (Amendment) Bill 2019 that would prevent international students from facing significant rises in the cost of health insurance during …