Academic Registry takes “responsibility” for exam cloakroom chaos

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

Phil team win Irish Mace competition

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

Trinity Hall bed numbers to be temporarily reduced

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, …

Student Conduct Committee to hear Knights case, after Junior Dean finds no hazing

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