Lauren Boland elected Chair of Trinity Publications

The new committee was elected at Trinity Publications’ AGM this afternoon

Lauren Boland was elected as Chair of the Trinity Publications committee this afternoon at the Trinity Publications Annual General Meeting (AGM). She will take over the role from the incumbent chair, Emma McCarthy.

Trinity Publications, one of College’s five capitated


SU elects part-time officers at last Council

Members of the Oversight Commission and Electoral Commission were also elected this evening

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) has tonight elected its new part time officers (PTO) for the 2019/20 academic year. The votes saw class reps vote on various positions, as well as deciding the members of the Electoral Commission (EC)


PSNI denounce motion seeking to limit their presence on Queen’s University Belfast campus

The motion was withdrawn before last week’s meeting of the QUBSU council

The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) have responded to a motion that was tabled and then withdrawn from Queen’s University Belfast Students’ Union (QUBSU) Council, saying that they will continue to patrol the university campus. The motion, which was


Future of UT funding to be decided in April referendum

The petition to cut TCDSU’s funding of the paper surpassed 500 signatures, triggering the referendum

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) have called a referendum on the issue of the University Times’ (UT) funding, which will be held during the last week of term. The referendum was triggered by a petition signed by over 500


RON campaign launched in UCCSU Comms Officer race

TCDSU Communications and Marketing Officer-elect narrowly beat a RON campaign last week

A campaign to re-open nominations in the race for Commercial and Communications Officer has been launched by a group of students at University College Cork (UCC).

The race for Commercial and Communications Officer of UCC Students’ Union (UCCSU) is contested


Niamh McCay elected TCDSU Education Officer

McCay beats contender Sally Anne McCarthy with 50.5% of the vote

Niamh McCay has been declared the winner Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) Education Officer race. McCay received 50.5% of votes, or 1,671 votes, with the other contender in the race, Sally Anne McCarthy, receiving 49.5%, or 1,524 votes after