The first national study of third-level students’ experiences of sexual assault and harassment has found that 1 in 3 victims were too “ashamed” to report incidents.
A delegate from Queen’s University, Belfast, to the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) National Congress has been barred from further participation in the Congress after voting against the union’s position on the issue of abortion.
Rónán Burtenshaw Editor Elaine McCahill, Editor-at-Large of Trinity News 2012/’13, has been elected Editor of Trinity News for the 2013/’14 year and 60th volume. Elaine has previously edited TCD Miscellany (2011/’12) and also served as Secretary on this year’s Publications committee. She met the election criteria, having previously served in a position in a […]
Ian Curran News Editor The University Times, the newspaper of the Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union, was forced to retract two of its articles, print an apology and a reply, and pay legal costs, after being threatened with legal action. The newspaper was accused of defaming Mr David Quinn, a founding member […]
The election for the next editor of Trinity News takes place on Wednesday, March 20th. Get your applications in!
Ents Officer promises students to be “blown away” by line-up as The Vaccines and Bastille are announced to play at Trinity Ball 2013.
Trinity newspaper threatened with legal action by conservative Catholic think-tank after publishing two critical articles.
Ronan Burtenshaw Editor Year-long industrial dispute approaches resolution as Trinity agrees to re-hire staff Move comes after intervention of Department of Education and threat of action by union; IFUT: issue not closed until three workers have “acceptable” deals College authorities have backed down in the long-running industrial dispute over staff redundancies in Trinity and begun […]
Maintenance grant and student assistance fund likely to be spared; Fees up 333% in a decade, 278% since 2009
Trinity News reports on the outcome of Monday’s meeting between the CSC and Duges, in which it was established that Duges could not hold a pro-choice position but could undertake what the society Chair describes as “a good level” of activity.