Campaigners asked about the mental and physical impact of electioneering in the run-up to elections.
PHOTOS: Lynn Ruane, Molly Kenny, Conor Clancy, Katie Cogan, Aifric Ni Chriodain and Edmund Heaphy celebrate their election.
Lynn Ruane, Molly Kenny, Conor Clancy, Katie Cogan, Aifric Ni Chriodain and Edmund Heaphy were elected at last night’s count.
Students have generally not fought back against their cumulative economic disempowerment because they have been led by a union that in recent years has not believed in protest,
Montague campaign disciplined by the EC after one of its members alleged that her opponent was a homophobe.
The two candidates vying for the position of communications and marketing officer in this year’s SU elections go head to head.
Running for the position of SU president are Gabriel Adewusi, Nessan Harpur, Conor O’Meara and Lynn Ruane.
Robyn Page-Cowman live blogs the annual Q Soc hustings.
Edmund Heaphy is the unopposed candidate for the position of University Times editor.
The race for the position of welfare and equality officer will this year be contested by Louise O’Toole, Conor Clancy, Aoife O’Brien, Muireann Montague and Liam Mulligan.