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Students among 30,000 at March for Choice ahead of referendum

Students gathered at 12:30pm in Front Square ahead of today’s 6th Annual March for Choice

Students were among the 30,000 protesters taking part in today’s 6th annual March For Choice, calling for the repeal of the eighth amendment ahead of the abortion referendum scheduled for next May or June.

Speaking to Trinity News prior to …

Sport

New STAR project to encourage young soccer talent

Run by TAP, in conjunction with the Shamrock Rovers and Trinity Sport, the project seeks to foster education and sporting development

A new initiative founded by the Trinity Access Programme (TAP), run in conjunction with the Shamrock Rovers and Trinity Sport, seeks to foster educational and sporting development among students from Tallaght and the inner city through providing a number of …

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Jailbreak teams raise €46,929 during first 12 hours of race

Travelling as far as Poland, the teams are now scattered across ten countries and still on the hunt for “Destination X”

Following an eventful 12 hours, Jailbreak HQ has released the third clue of the race, bringing the 166 teams one step closer to “Destination X”.

The clue read: “Most of you have left the Emerald Isle, Whilst many are outside

Features

Keeping up with College: UT candidate Dominic McGrath

University Times editor candidate Dominic McGrath looks set to bolster the paper’s coverage of College research and sport as well as widening the paper’s scope to support aspiring journalists

University Times editor candidate Dominic McGrath has emphasised his past experience working with the paper over the past three years; from deputy news editor, to news editor and now holding the deputy editor position under current Editor Sinéad Baker, it’s …

News

TCDSU votes to support TCD Strike 4 Repeal

SU Council will support the strike that is taking place on March 8

NEWS

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) Council has voted to support TCD Strike for Repeal in striking, demonstration and solidarity. The motion was proposed by Rachel Skelly, the Gender Equality Officer for TCDSU and seconded by Aine Palmer, a third

News

Bloc Party to headline Trinity Ball 2017

Homegrown acts Hare Squead, The Strypes, Little Hours and King Kong Company are also set to play the event in April

NEWS

London-based indie rock hallmark Bloc Party are set to headline this year’s Trinity Ball in April, while an array of genre-spanning artists have also been announced. The lineup includes:

  • Riptide Movement
  • The Strypes 
  • Blossoms 
  • Kolsch
  • Wilkinson
  • Fatima Yamaha
  • Loyle Carner
Comment, Editorial

If we are concerned about our society’s future, now is the time to act

Caught between the plight on either side of the Atlantic, the direction Ireland decides to take when it comes to immigration policy needs to be kept in focus

OP-ED
“We cannot polish DP – we have to end it.”
-Lassane Ouedraogo, Africa House.

By now, those of us outside the Irish immigration system are slowly beginning to become aware of its shortcomings. TN has talked to the Irish Refugee

News

Deputy-president of USI Annie Hoey announces USI presidential bid

Speaking to Trinity News, she outlined higher education funding as the number one priority should she be elected.

NEWS

Annie Hoey, current deputy president and vice-president for equality and citizenship for the Union of Students Ireland (USI), announced on February 10 that she will be running for the role of USI president.

Speaking to Trinity News about her candidacy,

News

Taxation reform and government corruption among main topics discussed at Hist Party Debate

The debate was panelled by five representatives out of the 16 parties running in General Election 2016

NEWSTaxation reform, economic policy and government corruption were the primary topics of discussion at the Historical Society’s Party Debate on Wednesday evening, with five representatives out of the sixteen parties running in this year’s general election on the panel; Minister …

News

UCC Student Centre removes “disrespectful and overly sexualised” adverts after complaints from students

Posters, depicting female bodies, ran slogans such as “Cheap looking,” “Do my buns look big in this?” and “What’s your cup size?”

NEWSPosters from an advertisement campaign for student smartcards in University College Cork’s (UCC) student centre cafe have been removed following objections submitted by the UCC Students’ Union, UCC Feminist Society and members of the staff and student bodies. The campaign …

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