We interviewed 14 of the 16 candidates and asked them about topics like fees, abortion, political reform and the environment
Trinity News and Trinity FM have conducted a series of audio interviews with candidates for the sabbatical offices
Trinity students enjoyed some canine therapy today at the Trinity College Students’ Union ‘puppy room’. Students could spend up to 15 minutes with the puppies and dogs in return for a small donation to Peata Ireland, a voluntary charity that arranges pet visits to caring institutions.
Over 3,000 students have been registered to vote in the upcoming marriage equality referendum during campus voting drives this year.
PHOTOS: Lynn Ruane, Molly Kenny, Conor Clancy, Katie Cogan, Aifric Ni Chriodain and Edmund Heaphy celebrate their election.
Running for the position of SU president are Gabriel Adewusi, Nessan Harpur, Conor O’Meara and Lynn Ruane.
Edmund Heaphy is the unopposed candidate for the position of University Times editor.
The race for the position of welfare and equality officer will this year be contested by Louise O’Toole, Conor Clancy, Aoife O’Brien, Muireann Montague and Liam Mulligan.
Aifric Ni Chriodain and Jemma O’Leary are the two candidates contesting the position of communications and marketing officer.