Trans activist groups urge participation in week-long remote protest of National Gender Service

Trans Harm Reduction and Trans Pride Dublin have launched a “phone and email picket” in protest against barriers to trans healthcare in Ireland

Activist groups advocating for improved transgender rights and visibility have begun a week-long campaign against the significant barriers to trans healthcare in Ireland.

Trans Harm Reduction (THR) and Trans Pride Dublin, are urging people to take part in “a phone …


USI to urge members to vote against government following Congress motion

The motion, jointly proposed by László Molnárfi, mandates USI to encourage its membership to vote against the government

An emergency motion declaring no-confidence in the current government was passed by the Union of Students Ireland (USI) Congress today.

The motion was tabled by the Trinity College Dublin Students Union (TCDSU) President-elect, László Molnárfi, alongside Dublin City University Students …


Students4Change call for the renaming of Berkeley Library to Thomas Sankara Library

In a statement released on Instagram and Twitter today, the activist group called on College to pay homage to “one of the greatest revolutionaries who ever lived”

Today, activist group Students4Change (S4C) called on College to rename the Berkeley Library to Thomas Sankara Library.

Thomas Sankara was a politician, revolutionary, and military officer from Burkina Faso. Commonly nicknamed “Africa’s Che Guevara”, he is often viewed as a


Students warned of “serious consequences” for use of artificial intelligence in essays

The Academic Integrity office today sent an email to all postgraduate and undergraduate students highlighting behaviours which are considered academic misconduct. 

College have warned students against the use of artificial intelligence (AI) tools in assessments, highlighting that their use constitutes a breach of academic integrity with “serious consequences for your academic progress”.

An email sent today acknowledged that “there has been …


Trinity placed within top 100 for various subjects in latest QS World University Rankings by Subject

Trinity’s English Department placed 22nd in its field, making it Ireland’s highest ranked subject

Trinity has placed within the top 100 globally for 21 different subjects in the annual Quacquarelli Symonds (QS)  World University Rankings by Subject, which were released last Week.

Three subjects were placed within the top 50 globally including Pharmacy at


Muslim Students’ Association criticise late-stage complaints which led to cancellation of controversial speaker event

A statement from the society, released on Sunday, was accompanied by a 10 minute video of its president reading it aloud

The Muslim Students’ Association (MSA) have said complaints regarding a planned event featuring YouTuber Mohammed Hijab “came to the surface a mere two days before the planned date” in an online statement.

According to the MSA, they did not receive …


Speaker event featuring “homophobic and misogynistic” YouTube star called off due to security concerns

The Muslim Students’ Association, who organised the event, said it believed the decision was “the best course of action to ensure the safety and well-being of all”

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A planned event hosting controversial YouTube star Mohammed Hijab has been cancelled due to security concerns, according to the Muslim Students’ Association (MSA).

The event, which was due to take place tomorrow, had received significant criticism over the past 24 …

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Ents race: Orr carries a steady lead, but the race remains wide open

With few major differences in their campaign manifestos, many prospective voters remain undecided

The race to be the next entertainments officer (ENTs) for Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) is as contested as ever, with Nadia, Sam Kelly and Olivia Orr vying for the sabbatical post. Their campaigns have somewhat mirrored each other


Metsola highlights lack of women in Irish political leadership roles in Q&A with the Phil

President of the European Parliament Roberta Metsola fielded questions ranging from the place of EU competition law during the energy crisis, to the experience of women in political life


In a question and answer session with the University Philosophical Society (the Phil) on Thursday, President of the European Parliament Roberta Metsola fielded questions ranging from the place of EU competition law during the energy crisis, to the experience of …


EU Parliament President receives Gold Medal of Honorary Patronage from the Phil

The Provost and the Taoiseach were present in the Exam Hall where Roberta Metsola discussed Ireland’s position in the EU 

The President of the European Union’s Parliament Roberta Metsola received the Gold Medal of Honorary Patronage from the University Philosophical Society (the Phil) yesterday.

Delivering an address to students and staff in the Exam Hall, Metsola discussed Ireland’s 50th anniversary …