CSC grants provisional recognition to new Trinity Musical Theatre Society

One of the aims of the new society is the holding of larger scale musicals that will be worked on through out the year

The Central Societies Committee Friday granted provisional society status to Trinity Musical Theatre Society, Trinity News has learned.

DU Players and DU Music society are currently active on campus, however after reviewing the Musical Theatre Society application, the CSC executive …


TCD Muslim Students’ Association criticised in Council of Ex Muslims of Britain publication

Trinity is one of three institutions looked at by the publication, the others being Goldsmiths University and the University of Warwick

NEWSTrinity College Dublin Muslim Students’ Association (TCDMSA) has come under fire by the Council of Ex Muslims of Britain (CEMB) organisation. The group has issued a publication entitled A Case Study of Islamism on Campus, which criticises TCDMSA alongside groups …

Societies asked to remove LGBT colours from logos

newsThe Central Societies Committee (CSC) today asked student societies to remove colours associated with the movement for LGBT equality from their logos, Trinity News has learned. The ruling came after several societies changed the logos displayed on their social media accounts to incorporate the colours of …


CSC announce Society of the Year nominations

CSC have announced the shortlist for 11 prize categories in the annual Society of the Year Awards.


Today, TCD’s Central Societies Committee (CSC) announced the shortlist for 11 prize categories in the annual Society of the Year Awards. The winners will be announced at a ceremony taking place on the 4th of March in the Alexander Hotel.


Capitation innovation

College’s culture of cuts is encouraging just the sort of “innovation” that Provost Patrick Prendergast has been trying to cultivate – but it could prove to be the death knell for many student print publications.

comment1There are two very clear messages being sent to students from college authorities at the moment. If the importance of budget cuts is one, then the other seems to be an encouragement to embrace a vague concept of ‘innovation’ in …


Provost refused to meet student representatives over cuts

James Prendergast

Deputy News Editor

  • Provost waging “war of attrition” against officials opposed to slashed funding
  • Lenihan feels “let down” by lack of consultation, regrets not taking direct action

Provost Patrick Prendergast refused to meet with the heads of the …