Social media pages, door-to-door canvassing, hustings and interviews all crammed into three days; what is it like to run for the Trinity Hall JCR, and is it really worth it?
The elections for the 2017/18 Junior Common Room (JCR) committee concluded on Wednesday night in Rathmines pub Mother Reilly’s, where votes were counted following three days of intense campaigning. The JCR is the student committee responsible for looking after the …
33 candidates in total are running for election
Hustings took place yesterday evening, March 13, in Trinity Hall ahead of the election of the 2017/18 Junior Common Room (JCR) committee. There are eleven positions in total with eight of these up for election; President, Vice President/Treasurer, Secretary, Ents, …
Deputy Trinity Life Editor Emma McCarthy sits down with current Environmental Officer Thomas Emmet to discuss his role, the responsibilities involved, and the distinctly green plans set to appear on students’ horizons this year
The majority of students are familiar with the Students’ Union’s sabbatical officers, but can the same be said of the SU’s part-time officers? Who are these faces from House 6, and just how do they work to contribute to student …
As the week hits halfway point, our Freshers find themselves settling in and beginning to find their bearings in the city and at College
Wednesday 21 September:
Geoffrey Keating, Junior Freshman Nanoscience:
After sleeping past my first alarm this morning, waking only to a phone call from my parents, I eventually found it within myself to bring myself out of my cosy duvet and …
The crowd of voters and candidates alike awaited the results with anticipation, while celebrations were duly held for the eleven elected officers following the results.
Halls canteen was bustling with activity last night, as students clad in their Wednesday night attire traipsed downstairs in order to cast their vote in the JCR election. Running candidates were aplenty in each race, with 31 running overall; five …