The move follows lobbying of College authorities by TCDSU
New gender-neutral bathrooms, located in the Arts Building, are now available to students. The development comes as the result of Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) lobbying College authorities for additional restroom facilities to be made available.
Speaking to Trinity …
Honorary Doctorate awarded to US Vice President Joe Biden at 11am in the Exam Hall this morning.
At 11am this morning, Joe Biden, Vice President of the United States, received an Honorary Doctorate from Trinity College. The ceremony took place in the Exam Hall. Biden also received the Gold Medal of Honorary Patronage of the University Philosophical …
The Union of Students in Ireland and Mental Health Reform joined outside the Dáil today to protest the diversion of €12 million from the mental health budget
Rain did not dampen the spirits of the few hundred gathered to protest the diversion of €12 million from the mental health budget outside the Kildare entrance of Dáil Éireann today. The Union of Students in Ireland along with local …
The amount of scholars elected has fallen from sixty four last year to fifty this year
The students who sat the scholarship examinations in early January gathered in front square this morning today hear the Trinity Monday announcement. Provost Patrick Prendergast took to the podium on the steps of the Exam Hall adorned with robes and …
Scarff has over 12 years’ experience in developing and leading public engagement projects in science, arts and education fields
Lynn Scarff has been formally selected as the new director of Trinity College Dublin’s Science Gallery. The announcement was made yesterday by Vice Provost, Linda Hogan. Scarff has been working with the Science Gallery as the Education and Outreach Manager …
Harmon, former Union of Students in Ireland President has announced yesterday that she will run for the National University of Ireland panel in the upcoming Seanad elections.
Former USI President, Laura Harmon, has declared that she is running as an Independent candidate for Seanad Éireann elections. The announcement came just one day before the deadline for nominations, Thursday the 3rd of March. Harmon is running for …
Our news team covers the highs, lows and standstills from Jailbreak 2016.
Jailbreak 2016 is a global race of over 100 teams of two students each. The teams have two days to get from Collins’ Barracks in Dublin to a mystery location, which will be revealed in Jailbreak HQ at 9 o’clock …
The eight women received their awards at a ceremony in Áras an Uachtaráin.
Eight female researchers from a variety of scientific disciplines in Trinity College Dublin were honoured by President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins and Mrs Sabina Higgins at a celebration of ‘Women in Science’ in Áras an Uachtaráin recently.
The event …
Stephen Hatton, former LGBT rights officer, and current editor of Trinity News Matthew Mulligan, chaired the hustings and alternated the questions between queer issues and broader election topics
A large crowd filtered into the Joly theatre at 7pm today for the Trinity News and QSoc hustings. Stephen Hatton, former LGBT Rights Officer (LGBTRO), and Matthew Mulligan, current Editor of Trinity News, chaired the hustings and alternated the questions …
Speaking to Trinity News today, Carty showed his support for TAP. “It’s a great initiative”, he stated and although it “doesn’t affect [him] personally”, he expressed that he wished to “lead by example”
Stephen Carty, one of the three candidates running to be Trinity College Dublin’s Student Union President has made a vow to donate €5,000 of his presidential salary to the Trinity Access Programme (TAP) if elected to the post. The presidential …