Welfare officer criticises college administration as accommodation crisis continues

Conor Clancy says that Trinity administration need to do more to help students find suitable accommodation as the crisis continues.


Welfare Officer, Conor Clancy, in an interview with Trinity News, said that College has a responsibility to provide more accommodation for its students. Clancy also called for the government to recognise student accommodation as a social housing issue and for …


Trinity drops again in latest university rankings

Dean of Research John Boland attributes fall to the “continued reduction in government investment”

The release of the latest QS World University Rankings has seen Trinity drop seven places since last year, from 71st to 78th. However, it maintains its position as the highest ranked Irish third-level institution and the only one to feature …

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Welfare profiles – SU elections 2015

indepth1The race for the position of welfare and equality officer will this year be contested by five students: Louise O’Toole, Conor Clancy, Aoife O’Brien, Muireann Montague and Liam Mulligan.

Louise O’Toole, a final-year social studies student, has completed four social …