In May, Ireland will attempt to resolve a question that we as a nation have been grappling to answer: should abortion be made legal? In this episode, Thomas and Danielle talk to an undecided voter from College and Christian Moore, …
We interviewed 14 of the 16 candidates and asked them about topics like fees, abortion, political reform and the environment
Interviews conducted by Jules Farrell, Niamh Lynch, Niamh Moriarty, Sarah …
Trinity News and Trinity FM have conducted a series of audio interviews with candidates for the sabbatical offices
President interview with Kieran McNulty, Stephen Carty and Dan O’Brien
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Hosted by Una Harty
0.00 – Lynn Ruane on her time in the SU
6.08 – Stephen Carty’s TAP donation pledge
Trinity students enjoyed some canine therapy today at the Trinity College Students’ Union ‘puppy room’. Students could spend up to 15 minutes with the puppies and dogs in return for a small donation to Peata Ireland, a voluntary charity that …
Students Jessica McKenna, Seoid Ní Laoire, Shane Rice and Damien McClean took part in a mock marriage ceremony held by DU Amnesty, Q Soc and TCDSU last Wednesday. Over 3,000 students have been registered to vote in the upcoming marriage …
PHOTOS: Lynn Ruane, Molly Kenny, Conor Clancy, Katie Cogan, Aifric Ni Chriodain and Edmund Heaphy celebrate their election victories.
Running for the position of SU president this year are Gabriel Adewusi, Nessan Harpur, Conor O’Meara and Lynn Ruane.
Gabriel Adewusi is a third-year human health and diseases student, the SU’s current access officer and a volunteer with S2S. He …
Edmund Heaphy, a second-year German and philosophy student, is the only candidate running for the position of University Times editor this year. Heaphy is UT’s current deputy editor and has previously worked as the paper’s creative director and as a …
The race for the position of welfare and equality officer will this year be contested by five students: Louise O’Toole, Conor Clancy, Aoife O’Brien, Muireann Montague and Liam Mulligan.
Louise O’Toole, a final-year social studies student, has completed four social …