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TCDSU successfully lobby for 100,000 free antigen tests for Trinity students

TCDSU has said that the tests are “due to arrive before exams end”

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) has confirmed that 100,000 free antigen tests have been ordered for Trinity students.

TCDSU President Leah Keogh has “been lobbying the government for this since September”.

The tests are “ due to arrive before

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Breaking: College “continues to plan to open tomorrow”, despite Orange weather warning

Dublin is to return to an Orange weather warning from 1am to 7am tomorrow

College “continues to plan to open tomorrow”, December 8, a spokesperson for College has told Trinity News.

College plans to “review this early tomorrow”.

This is despite Dublin being set to re-enter orange weather warning status from 1am to 7am

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TCDSU to lobby for publication of all College meeting minutes online

Council passed a motion this evening mandating the union to lobby for increased transparency in Trinity

Trinity College Dublin Students Union (TCDSU) is to lobby for the publication of minutes from College decision-making bodies.

A motion was passed at Council this evening mandating TCDSU to lobby for increased College transparency. This also includes lobbying for better …

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TCDSU passes motion to create an “anti-spiking policy’

The motion was proposed by JS CSL class rep Seán Lysaght and seconded by Welfare and Equality Officer Sierra Mueller-Owens

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Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) has passed a motion to create an “anti-spiking” in nightclubs.

The motion mandates the Welfare and Equality Officer and the Entertainments Officer to aid the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) “in anti-spiking policy

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No automatic right of deferral to be offered in semester one exams

There will be a deferral session in early February for Covid-positive students and close contacts only

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There is to be no automatic deferral to be offered to students for semester one exams, in contrast to last year.

In an email to all students this afternoon, College outlined the updated regulations in place for semester one assessments.…

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TCDSU launch ‘10K Have Your Say’ project

Council have released €10,000 from the HEA fund to invest in grassroots student initiatives

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) has launched a project entitled “10K Have Your Say”.

Council has released €10,000 from the Higher Education Authority (HEA) fund to invest in grassroots student initiatives. 

This project will offer students the chance to

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€30,000 to be allocated to support international students’ recovery from Covid-19

The money from the HEA fund was allocated at TCDSU Council this evening

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) is to allocate €30,000 from its Higher Education Authority fund to be allocated to support international students’ recovery from the pandemic.

This was outlined in the International Student and Asylum Seeker Access Provision (ASAP) …

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TCDSU to march in COP26 protest tomorrow

TCDSU calling on members to “join tomorrow’s march and show their solidarity in fighting for our planet”

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) will march in the COP26 protest taking place tomorrow afternoon. 

TCDSU is calling on its members to “join tomorrow’s march and show their solidarity in fighting for our planet”. 

The SU will be meeting

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College: Science Gallery can only be sustained “through securing sufficient funding from Government.”

The Board has said that “the Gallery incurred substantial deficits in each of the last four financial years”

College has said that the Science Gallery can only be saved “through securing sufficient funding from government”.

At a Board meeting today, the Board noted that “the Gallery incurred substantial deficits in each of the last four financial years”.

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