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Candidates take to stage in Equality and Diversity hustings

The hustings was hosted by Siona Cahill, Vice President for Equality and Citizenship at the Union of Students in Ireland (USI), and Conor Clancy, former TCDSU Welfare Officer


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All 12 candidates in the Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) sabbatical officer elections took to the stage in the Equality and Diversity hustings in the MacNeill theatre in the Hamilton tonight. Hosted by Síona Cahill, Vice President for Equality …

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Author Louise O’Neill discusses consent at the Students’ Union launch of their consent video

The video, direct by coms and marketing officer Aifric Ní Chríodáin and Bogdan Hrechka, stresses the importance of communication and signs of consent in sexual relationships.

TCDSU launched their consent campaign video this afternoon, welcoming Louise O’Neill, author and Irish Book Award winner for her novel ‘Asking for it’ to the event. The screening was held in the Martin Uí Caidhain theatre where the SU outlined

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Little evidence of government initiative in tackling the growing student accommodation crisis in Budget 2016

While there were some overtures to students in new funding announced for the Student Assistance Fund, the government failed to tackle one of the biggest growing concerns for students


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The so-called “giveaway budget” announced by the government this week gave away little to third-level students. Aside from the €3 million announced for the Student Assistance Fund, a pittance when compared to the €50 million allocated for 1916 commemorations, student

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Lynn Ruane elected first female president of TCDSU in 12 years

news1A tense climax to a night of cheers and tears resulted in Lynn Ruane being elected president of Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) last night ahead of closest challenger Conor O’Meara. Ruane, a mature student who campaigned on a …

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Welfare profiles – SU elections 2015

indepth1The 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 …

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