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USI candidates bid for delegate votes over livestreamed hustings

Hustings took place on Monday as part of USI’s national congress

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Candidates for officer positions in the Union of Students’ in Ireland (USI) outlined their stances on student issues over a livestream on Monday in a bid to attract delegates’ votes from students’ unions around the country. 

The livestream acted as

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Unique GSU hustings with “teething pains” as candidates set out campaigns over livestream

Sabbatical officer candidates took questions from a small but engaged viewership

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Candidates for Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) sabbatical officer positions fielded questions from postgraduate students this afternoon in a virtual hustings, marking a break from the traditional town hall format due to Covid-19 restrictions.

The hustings – which faced some “teething

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Trinity generated €12.8 million from accommodation in 2019

College has recorded a €5.7 million surplus for the 2019 financial year, a significant increase on previous years

Trinity generated €12.8 million from accommodation in the 2019 financial year, a slight decrease from €13 million in the previous year.

Accommodation represents the second largest income stream in College’s “Other Income” category in its financial statements, which is separate

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GSU elections to move “completely online”

The timeline for the election is due to be decided this week

Sabbatical officer elections for the Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) are to take place “completely online” this year due to College’s closure amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

The GSU Electoral Commission has confirmed that elections for a new president and vice-president are