Trinity students have week’s rent refunded in unfinished luxury accommodation

The incident happened at the Tramshed and Woodworks complex in the Point Village


Trinity students living in the luxury student accommodation complex, the Tramshed and the Woodworks in Point Village, have been refunded a week’s worth of rent due to ongoing construction work. Trinity News has learned that the student accommodation complex, which


TCDSU receives complaints on Phil feminism debate

The motion is “This House Believes Middle Eastern Women Need Western Feminism”

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) has received numerous complaints on the motion to be debated by the University Philosophical Society (the Phil) on Thursday evening, “This House Believes That Middle Eastern Women Need Western Feminism”.

TCDSU Ethnic Minorities Officer,


TCDSU to hold vote on Tobacco Free Trinity

The vote will be held alongside the class rep elections

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) will be holding a plebiscite on the Tobacco Free Trinity initiative. The vote, which will be held alongside the election for class representatives, was confirmed by TCDSU President Shane De Rís today.

While the


Safety concerns arise as improperly stored TNT found in Chemistry building

A bomb squad destroyed a number of unstable chemicals found in the Wellcome building in recent weeks

Unstable chemicals, including TNT, have been found and subsequently destroyed in a Chemistry lab in the Wellcome Building. The chemicals, which were unaccounted for in the department’s logs and incorrectly stored, are believed to have been brought into the lab

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