Societies with non-satisfactory accounts for two consecutive years may face possible termination.
Anna Lo spoke to students after being awarded the Maguire Coin of Peace by SoFIA.
James Prendergast looks at the SU’s response to Dublin’s growing accommodation crisis
James Prendergast Deputy News Editor – Contentious dispute reignites after Phil debates re-inviting BNP leader to Trinity – SWSS meeting criticises “white upper/middle class” and “radical right-wing” Phil members; society responds Trinity Socialist Worker Student Society (SWSS) is planning to discourage students from joining the University Philosophical Society (Phil) during Freshers’ Week. At a meeting last […]
Only two candidates remain in this year’s Students’ Union (SU) Presidential race after Neil Cronin left the race last week. James Prendergast sat down with them one last time before the end of the race.
James Prendergast Deputy News Editor The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) has launched its “Everybody Loves Nurses” campaign against the reduction in starting salary of graduate nurses by ¤4,000 to ¤22,000 and the payment of below minimum wage salaries to nurses on their final year work placements. The campaign began with a demonstration outside […]
Irish Times Editor tells delegates to beware of “muck-raking” in student journalism, while former TCDSU President and Liveline presenter Joe Duffy warns of lack of social diversity.
By James Prendergast Staff Writer A biography of Brendan Kennelly, the poet and former Professor of Modern Literature at Trinity College, Dublin, has been banned from campus, Trinity News has learned. The book, entitled Brendan Kennelly: Behind the Smile, which was published in April 2013, was withdrawn from sale in the College bookshop following legal […]