Funding, accommodation and student supports were the big issues at last night’s Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) sabbatical election hustings, where the five postgrads vying for the positions of president and vice-president went head to head.
In line with increasing student …
There are just two days to go until voting in this year’s Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) elections begins. Five candidates are vying for the union’s two full-time positions, president and vice-president, and it looks as if accommodation, library hours and …
Just over 30 people attended the town hall meeting held last night by Trinity College Students’ Union (TCDSU) and the Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) to discuss the proposed new student charges that College is trying to impose.
The charges include …
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.
There 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 …
Funding for the capitated bodies of Trinity has been cut by 5% for the 2014/15 academic year, the heads of the Dublin University Central Athletic Club (DUCAC), the Central Societies Committee (CSC), the Trinity College Students’ Union (TCDSU), the …
D. Joyce Ahearne
In 14th November 2013, Professor Moray McGowan, Senior Dean and Chair of the Capitations Committee, was informed that the Capitated bodies, the organisations primarily responsible for student services, were to have their budgets cut by …