Photo: Rhodes Must Fall campaign
Protests at the University of Cape Town (UCT) are set to continue this week after university management failed to meet demands outlined by student representatives campaigning for the removal of a campus statue of British …
Matthew Mulligan, the editor-at-large of Trinity News, has been appointed editor of the paper for the 2015-16 academic year and 62nd volume.
Matthew is the current deputy editor of tn2 magazine and also serves as amenities officer on this year’s …
Kevin Donoghue – the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) vice president for academic affairs and quality assurance – was tonight endorsed by members of the Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (SU) Council for the position of USI president.
Remarks made on social media by a sabbatical officer of Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (SU) have been criticised as unfairly trying to influence voters ahead a campus husting session with candidates in the upcoming Union of Students in Ireland …
A preacher whose visit to the Muslim Student Association was criticised last week has denied defending the killing of apostates of Islam.
Several students had objected to Kamal El Mekki being allowed to speak on campus on February 25th, and …
A student criticised for his involvement in a male-only Facebook group that shared photos described as objectifying women was today elected president of UCD Students’ Union (UCDSU). Marcus O’Halloran, a final-year agricultural science student, had been a member of the …
A public spat between prominent members of the College Historical Society (Hist) escalated yesterday when its auditor was accused of “throwing committee members under a bus” after distancing himself from the deletion of comments on its public Facebook group.
Concerns have been raised over preacher Sheikh Kamal El Mekki’s visit to Trinity College tonight. The former George Mason University imam, who is alleged to defend the killing of apostates of Islam, is due to deliver a lecture on the …
TAP courses have been unable to adopt new teaching methodologies because of a lack of resources, according to Dr. Lisa Keane.
A failure to upgrade teaching resources has left the two classrooms used by Trinity Access Programmes (TAP) in a dilapidated state, according to Dr. Lisa Keane, who oversees the programmes’ post-entry progression and alumni development. The state of the classrooms …