I suspect the conflict over the changing of Dublin University Gender Equality Society’s (DUGES) official name to DU Feminist Society (FemSoc) is confusing to many new Trinity students. The Central Societies Committee (CSC) holds that it does not wish to …
UCD to support Irish reunification after referendum passes
63.1% of UCD students voted in favour of reunification
63.1% of students have voted to support University College Dublin Students’ Union (UCDSU) adopting a mandate in favour of Irish reunification. 3,325 students were polled on March 7 and 8, with 1,995 voting to support the pro-unity stance.
Agricultural students …
The SU is in need of fundamental structural reform
Jack Kennedy argues that while the current sabbats work diligently, they could accomplish more if the structure of the Students’ union were reformed
“This year’s team of officers has been working extremely hard, and I’ve no doubt they will continue do everything they can to serve the College community in the coming months. But they could be doing so much more, if only
Fifth students’ union council round-up
Read our round-up of proceedings here to catch up on what you missed.
Last nights’s council saw Vice Provost Linda Hogan outlining the trajectory of the Trinity Education Project, a debate on bell-curve grading and updates on proposals for student counselling staffing and the introduction of a sun-room in Goldsmith Hall.
Trinity Education …
The SU should prioritise Trinity issues rather than national issues
Bláithín Sheil argues that the SU should leave controversial politics to be expressed by cause-specific groups.
A modest proposal to reform the SU
I have a simple suggestion: rather than electing sabbats, we should pick them at random.
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.
Candidates try to distinguish themselves at University Times and An Cumann Gaelach hustings
Tuesday afternoon saw the mass migration of the SU election machine to the Paccar Theatre of the Science Gallery, where the fifteen sabbatical candidates and their supporters had assembled for the second hustings of the 2016 Leadership Race
Tuesday afternoon saw the mass migration of the SU election machines to the Paccar Theatre of the Science Gallery, where the fifteen sabbatical candidates and their supporters had assembled for the second hustings of the 2016 Leadership Race. The event …