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It’s time to bring Take Back Trinity a step further

Take Back Trinity is a response to many deeper issues in Irish universities, which remain unsolved

The last month has been a turning point in Trinity, and perhaps student politics nationally. Undergraduate, international, and postgraduate students united to undertake the most radical student action in over a decade, successfully winning on all our demands.

After years

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Shane Collins re-elected GSU President

Collins beat Sibeal Conway to win the election

Shane Collins has been re-elected President of Trinity College Dublin Graduate’s Student Union (GSU).

The total valid poll was 525 with Collins receiving 326 votes, amounting to 62.09% of the total. The other candidate, Sibeal Conway, received 199 votes, amounting …

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Botany Bay Luas works halted until May 14

Late night Luas works around Steine Island have been delayed after lobbying

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) and College have successfully lobbied to stop night-time Luas works near Botany Bay until May 14. On April 22, TCDSU President Kieran McNulty announced in an On-Campus Accommodation Facebook group that he had seen …

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Non-academic staff vote to strike

SIPTU members in College have voted today to strike over conditions and contractual problems

SIPTU members of non-academic staff have voted to strike, having been balloted over the last two weeks. Out of a total valid poll of 551 votes, 395 voted in favour of strike action with 148 votes against. A second ballot …

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Motion to assist Scholar at Risk Bashana Abeywardena passed at Council

TCDSU Council is to give Bashana Abeywardena, Sri Lankan refugee and journalist €6,000

A motion, proposed by Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) President Kieran McNulty and seconded by Ents Officer Padraic Rowley has mandated the union to give €6,000 to Scholar at Risk, Bashana Abeywarden, to help cover his fees and

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