DCU students campaign for campus BDS referendum

Students for Justice for Palestine group collects signatures on campus

Dublin City University (DCU) students are campaigning for a student-wide referendum to assert a stance on the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement.

The DCU branch of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) launched the referendum campaign last week with

University Times’ funding questioned at TCDSU Council

The extended discussion occurred during the Local Issues part of Council

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The issue of University Times’ funding came under scrutiny at tonight’s Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) Council this evening. During a Local Issues session with questions answered by TCDSU President Shane De Rís, it was questioned whether the organisation

TCDSU Council fails to reach quorum

The third Council of the year was held as a town-hall this evening

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) has failed to reach quorum for the second consecutive month. This means that quorum is held as a town-hall rather than a voting Council. The call for quorum was made prior to the beginning

Hist comes out top of CSC funding in 2017/18

The college debating society received €21,007 from the capitated body

The College Historical Society (the Hist) received the most funding out of all 126 societies that fall under the Central Societies Committee (CSC) last year. The debating society received €21,007, an increase from €18,872 in 2016/17.

The University Philosophical Society

Four of Trinity’s five capitated bodies record deficit in 2017/18

The accounts for each body were presented at a meeting of the Capitations Committee last week

Four of Trinity’s five capitated bodies recorded deficits in the 2017/18 academic year, Trinity News has learned. The figures emerged following a meeting of the Capitations Committee on November 22. The Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) was the only capitated body