A group of Trinity students have consulted with solicitors about taking legal action against the pro-choice mandate of Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU). Speaking to Trinity News, Gavin Rothwell, one of the students concerned, said: “A number of students are currently exploring our legal options regarding how the Students’ Union operates (regarding) the automatic […]
The green flag was presented to College by An Taisce on Thursday at a ceremony in the Exam Hall
Incumbents David Norris and Ivana Bacik were returned to the house, but Sean Barret missed out on a seat
The focus of the meeting was on the need for a coherent structure, and future action of the group with regard to the new academic year
The motion proposed to mandate the Students’ Union to provide equal opportunities and access to on-campus media outlets
The staff and students of the Trinity Access Programmes speak to Trinity News about the importance of the organisation to them and the wider college community
She is running on “a platform of education, childcare and access – be that access to fair pay, mental health services, healthcare or equal opportunities.”
Mairead Enright said that “there is a black hole waiting for us to fill after the repeal of the eighth amendment” which could either be “filled with conservatism” or trust in women.”
Caoimhe Gordon speaks to TCDSU President, Lynn Ruane about the reverberations the budget cut will have for student and staff parents.
Issue of student loans to resurface after dissatisfaction over defeat of Ruane’s motion to oppose them at council
A second motion calling for the SU to oppose student loans is likely.