TCDSU lags behind national average in gender equality of sabbatical officers

SU sabbatical positions nationwide are split evenly between women and men this year

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) has the third lowest level of gender equality among its sabbatical officers this year, tying with Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) to rank below 19 of Ireland’s other higher education institutions for equal


Worry grows among Trinity students abroad as Erasmus grants remain unpaid

Students cite lack of communication from College as key cause of distress

A multitude of Trinity students studying abroad on the Erasmus exchange programme are yet to receive the first instalment of their Erasmus grant, sparking confusion and concern about finances. Affected students include many of those on exchanges in Scotland, Denmark,


TCDSU Council Round Up

An overview of the motions and discussions at Council this evening

The second Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) Council of the year saw students vote to allocate funds to wheelchair fencing, while a motion to lobby for the new national maternity hospital to be publicly owned was halted as a


Trinity warns Brexit threatens Irish universities

College saw a 20 per cent decrease in applications from Northern Ireland this year

Trinity is warning that Brexit threatens to undermine collaborative research between institutions in Ireland and the UK in an open letter in today’s Financial Times.

The letter outlines that Trinity is already seeing a shift in demographics as applications from

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