TCDSU and USI protest for transgender healthcare

A Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) cohort marched today in support of transgender healthcare outside Leinster House, alongside the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) and transgender rights activists.   The protest advocated for improved healthcare services for Ireland’s transgender population, which head organiser Noah Halpin called “woefully unacceptable” on the facebook event page […]

George Ezra website announcement indicates Trinity Ball appearance

George Ezra appears to have announced that he will be playing this year’s Trinity Ball, in a now deleted post on Ezra’s website. The date was included in a list of concerts during March, April and May across Australia, New Zealand, Europe, and North America.   Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) Ents Officer Jonah […]

A true battle of sound and soul at Tramline

“This is the best attended soundcheck we’ve ever had.” This was directed to the small group of people who were the first to arrive at the venue for the final heat of Trinity’s Battle of the Bands competition.   When doors opened at 8:30pm last night, Stray Melody, one of the acts competing that night, […]

Two females out of 12 candidates and two uncontested races: Meet your 2018 SU election candidates

With the annual election of the sabbatical officers of Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) only weeks away, the announcement of this year’s candidates was made outside House 6 at 6pm today. This year sees contested races in all but two races, the position of welfare officer and education officer. There are two women running […]

Arrest made on Trinity campus yesterday

An individual was arrested on Trinity’s campus yesterday evening on suspicion of robbery.   The detainment was made yesterday evening near Front Square at approximately 5:25pm. More than two guards were involved with the arrest, according to an eyewitness.   A College spokesperson told Trinity News, “the Gardaí came on campus in pursuit of an […]

Trinity partner with Irish Times for Citizen Science initiative

Trinity is partnering with The Irish Times to work on a new Citizen Science initiative from which a number of different projects will be developed and promoted. Members of the public will be asked to fill out a questionnaire based on a scientific topic. These questionnaires allow people to voice their opinions regarding certain areas […]

40% of Bachelor degree graduates earn less than €25k

  Most Irish university graduates are employed in either Dublin or Cork nine months after graduating, according to a new report conducted by the Higher Education Authority (HEA). The survey also found that employment prospects continue to improve for those with a higher education qualification.   In total 18,299 level 8 and above graduates responded […]

UCC designated a University of Sanctuary

University College Cork (UCC) has been designated a University of Sanctuary after awarding seven refugees and asylum seekers full scholarships. The seven recipients will be entitled to free tuition from September 2018 and a number of annual bursaries covering travel expenses.    Commenting on the news, Professor Caroline Fennell, Senior Vice President of UCC, said: “Universities […]

The SU – Pro-choice except on the membership front?

On Wednesday night, the voices of eight talented speakers disseminated through the debating chamber in the GMB. The chair for the evening was former President of Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU), Adrian Langan. The motion for the Hist’s first debate of the term was, “This House Supports the Right to Leave the SU”  a […]

NUIG Access Centre introduces 170 new undergraduate places

     The National University of Ireland, Galway (NUI Galway) Access Centre has introduced 170 new full-time places for undergraduate students entering from Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI), Further Education and Training (FET), and Further Education and Training Awards Council (FETAC) routes, as reported by the Leitrim Observer.   This will be a 66% increase […]


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