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Hist comes out top of CSC funding in 2017/18

The college debating society received €21,007 from the capitated body

The College Historical Society (the Hist) received the most funding out of all 126 societies that fall under the Central Societies Committee (CSC) last year. The debating society received €21,007, an increase from €18,872 in 2016/17.

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Four of Trinity’s five capitated bodies record deficit in 2017/18

The accounts for each body were presented at a meeting of the Capitations Committee last week

Four of Trinity’s five capitated bodies recorded deficits in the 2017/18 academic year, Trinity News has learned. The figures emerged following a meeting of the Capitations Committee on November 22. The Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) was the only capitated body

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Provost says Trinity is “under-ranked”, as he presents new Strategic Plan

The comment came in Prendergast’s final “State of the College” address

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Trinity is “under-ranked” compared to other universities, Provost Patrick Prendergast has said at an address to staff and students this afternoon. Prendergast has noted that this was his last “State of the College” address before his tenure ends in 2021.

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USI pass motion to boycott Aramark

The motion was proposed by USI Vice President for the Dublin Region, Colm O’Halloran

The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) has today passed a motion to boycott Aramark, the company that provides catering services in three direct provision centres in Ireland. The motion was proposed by USI Vice President for the Dublin Region

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DCU student Shepherd Machaya’s deportation order extended following extensive campaign

Machaya was informed of the decision earlier today

The deportation order for DCU student Shepherd Machaya has been extended until February, according to Dublin City University Students’ Union (DCUSU) President Vito Moloney-Burke. Machaya received the news today at a meeting with the Garda National Immigration Bureau (GNIB).

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