Dr Ali Selim was dismissed from College in September 2018
Dr Ali Selim, the Trinity lecturer who was dismissed last year over comments made about female genital mutilation, has won an unfair dismissal case against College.
The Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) has ordered College to pay Selim a total of …
Students sitting exams today were told that they had to drop bags off in a “mandatory cloakroom”, leading to huge queues in the RDS
Academic Registry has taken “responsibility for the bag-drop facility setup and the breakdown in comms [sic] with the SU” in a Tweet this afternoon. The statement follows widespread chaos and confusion about a “mandatory cloakroom” for students’ belongings in the …
The statement comes after 26 people were arrested for drugs offences at Trinity Ball
Amid pressure, Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) has clarified it position on the presence of Gardaí at Trinity Ball, and the subsequent arrest of 26 students, pointing to conditions attached to the licensing of the event.
According to a …
The team was made up of Ryan Grunwell and Harry Morris
A team from the University Philosophical Society (the Phil) have won the Irish Mace competition, Ireland’s national British Parliamentary debating competition. The team, which consisted of newly elected Phil President, Ryan Grunwell, and former Phil Schools Convenor, Harry Morris, were …
Demolition of Cunningham House to lower the number of beds available
The number of beds in Trinity Hall (Halls) is expected see a significant reduction with the expected demolishment of Cunningham House to make way for a new accommodation complex.
Following demolition and prior to the completion of the new expansion, …
1,400 students voted in favour of boycotting Israeli goods
82% of students in Dublin City University (DCU) have voted in favour of DCU Students’ Union (DCUSU) affiliating with the Boycott, Divest and Sanction (BDS) movement.
The “yes” side in support of BDS, received 1,400 votes in comparison to 300 …
Gisèle Scanlon elected unopposed as vice-president
The results of Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) sabbatical officers election were announced this evening, with Shaz Oye securing election to the role President. Oye received 47% of first preference votes. The vote went to a second and then third count …
The Ents Officer’s term will now last only nine months rather than a full year
Trinity students have voted in a referendum to shorten the term of the Ents Officer of Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU). The decision to shorten the Ents Officer’s term passed by a margin of 65% to 29%, with 6% …
UT’s budget remains intact by a vote of 74% to 26%
Trinity students have voted in a referendum to reject cutting the budget of the University Times. The proposal was rejected by by a margin of 74% to 26%.
3089 students voted in the referendum with 2271 voting to reject the …
The Junior Dean ended his investigation into the hazing allegations
The Student Conduct and Capacity Committee looks set to consider the case against the Knights of the Campanile following the Junior Dean’s dismissal of hazing allegations.
Speaking to Trinity News, Editor of the University Times Eleanor O’Mahony said: “Essentially, the …