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SU Elections: Ryan Carey believes that “visibility is the most important thing”

Coming from inside the union, Carey wants to “remove as many barriers to accessing the sabbatical officers as possible”

In a three way race for President, Ryan Carey’s SU experience stands out as the distinguishing feature of his candidacy. The current Gender Equality Officer promises a restructuring of office hours, a revamped Empowerment Week and a weekly online forum,

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GSU backs PhD Workers Rights group despite President’s opposition

The GSU also voted against a motion to refrain from pay cut protests until after finance committee decision, with the organisation’s President and Vice-President divided on both votes

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Trinity’s Graduate Student Union (GSU) Council have tonight voted for the union to support the TCD PhD Workers Rights campaign group.

The motion to support the group was voted for by a majority of the union’s Council.

The TCD PhD …

Societies

Society Spotlight: Trinity Arts Workshop

From ceramics to life drawing, Trinity Arts Workshop has plenty to offer students – but many don’t even know it’s there

Tucked away on the edge of Trinity’s campus, across the street from O’Neill’s Bar, you will find Trinity Arts Workshop’s Pearse Street studio, identified by the colourful logo in the window. The society offers a range of classes, which are …

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Societies host a talk on the complexities of ethics in genetic data

Professor David McConnell and Dr. Katherine O’Keefe talk data protection, criminal justice and 23andMe with GenSoc and LawSoc

In the words of British journalist Bryan Appleyard, genetics is “the most restless, turbulent and demanding form of knowledge that our species has yet produced”. This was the topic at the centre of an interactive discussion held by TCD Genetics …

Societies

TEP and society life: an impossible pair?

Has semesterisation irreversibly harmed our society culture, or are these just teething problems?

In an open letter to the Provost last year, a group of students wrote that the Trinity Education Project (TEP) “serves only to detract from our college experience and devalue our education by damaging Trinity’s international prestige and influence”. The …