Students gathered at NCAD Thursday before marching to the Department of Education in protest over fee increases, structural changes and lack of transparency around college accounts.
Although tensions occasionally surfaced, the debate was conducted in a very civil manner with four panelists speaking per side
Funding, accommodation and student supports were the big issues at last night’s event.
The publication’s editors have apologised for the publication of an article criticised for promoting rape culture.
Student societies were told not to use colours associated with the movement for LGBT equality
TCDSU referendum on compulsory charge passed by 88% of the vote.
The organisers of this month’s NCAD protests spoke in the context of the new and increased charges facing Trinity students.
Fully recognised societies usually acquire access to a shared room on campus.
Sports clubs have commended the holding of a second SU referendum on the compulsory sports centre charge.
It is envisaged that the new bachelor in business studies will have its first entrants in the 2016-17 academic year.