Poor management has left TCDSU in a perilous position

The Union’s accounts for 2017/18 are a thorough indictment of the operating practices of last year’s Union leadership

The accounts for TCDSU in 2017/18 are a thorough indictment of the operating practices of last year’s Union leadership. The deficit is more than four times that of 2016/17. That year, the Union had a deficit of €14,837. Last year,

The farcical Presidential election campaign has shown need for nomination reform

County councils have shown themselves as unrepresentative and self-serving in putting forward incompetent candidates

The resounding triumph for President Higgins in the presidential election and the calibre of his challengers raises serious questions about the nomination process for the presidency. President Higgins had overwhelming cross-party support: opinion polls showed an unassailable lead on his

Calling Uninest accommodations ‘luxurious’ is not helping the housing crisis

Living in premium student accommodation is not above the crisis, but more expensive than necessary for access to basic housing

Please stop calling Kavanagh court and similar housing options “luxury”. The term does not help yourself or the students who are struggling in the current housing crisis. I am a student in my second year of college who has lived

Open border, open mind

What a no-deal Brexit could mean for Border towns

“So you’re from Monaghan? Like, Northern Ireland?”

This confusion didn’t surprise me. When you describe yourself as coming from “The Border”, people don’t know what you are talking about unless they live in Ulster. Even Britons seem to regard Northern …

Breaking the divide

Coming from an underrepresented area to Trinity brings complexities we need to challenge

Its stature and reputation is impossible to miss, you can see it from the bus window as you pass through the city centre. Trinity College Dublin, sitting at the top of Dame Street, looking in all directions at those who …

Breaking the class divide

Coming from an underrepresented area to Trinity brings complexities we need to challenge

Its stature and reputation is impossible to miss, you can see it from the bus window as you pass through the city centre. Trinity College Dublin, sitting at the top of Dame Street, looking in all directions at those who …