It’s time to let societies into student politics

So far, almost every angle of the Dublin University Gender Equality Society (DUGES) name-change debate has been explored. However, the events of recent months are simply threads in the knot of a greater issue: the involvement of student societies in “political” issues.   DUGES was last year cautioned by the Central Societies Committee (CSC) when […]

The bloated egos of student politics

There are, as ever, many confusions to be found in student politics. The emerging confusion, however, is best embodied by the self-interested individual: the person who waves the flag for political virtue, but whose every action suggests that they are concerned only for their own good, with little more than contempt for the wider political […]

What the SU has been doing this year for Engagement

The SU Leadership Race elections took place last week. During the campaign, there has been the usual analysis of how the Union does not engage students nor represent them. I’m not writing this to shy away from criticism — far from it — but I would like that criticism to take into account the work […]

Fifth students’ union council round-up

Read our round-up of proceedings here to catch up on what you missed.

We need better class representation

The Class Rep system is dysfunctional, undemocratic, and too easily marginalised by College bodies.

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