The officers have been forced to cease campaigning following a complaint lodged this morning
The three University College Dublin Students’ Union (UCDSU) sabbatical officers who announced they had taken leave to campaign against President Katie Ascough were denied their request to take annual leave this morning. The University Observer reports that the action follows …
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 …
A quarterly report published by property website Daft.ie found that rents increased by 12% in Dublin
Rents have reached an all-time high while the supply of accommodation continues to drop, as students from across the country scramble to find accommodation for the upcoming college year.
A quarterly report published by property website Daft.ie has found that …
The pro-life candidate received 35.65% of first-count votes despite criticism over her involvement in the “Yes for Neutrality” campaign
Katie Ascough, a third year Science student specialising Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry, has won the University College Dublin Students’ Union (UCDSU) presidential candidate race with a final total of 1,431 votes.
Three other candidates also ran for the position; Ronán …
The motion was proposed by Sinn Fein at NUIG
NUI Galway Students’ Union (NUIGSU) has voted to support the reunification of Ireland and will now call on the Irish government to hold a referendum on the issue.
The motion was proposed by Sinn Féin at the National University of …
The UCD referendum comes as TCDSU Council votes to have a preferendum on the issue
University College Dublin Students’ Union (UCDSU) is to hold a referendum on whether the union should adopt a stance in favour of Irish unity. The decision came in the same week as a motion was passed at a Council meeting …
The classes were first announced last February as part of the university’s #NotAskingForIt campaign
University College Dublin (UCD) has cancelled its sexual consent classes after just 20 students attend. The classes were run by the UCD Students’ Union (UCDSU) during their second term last year and first term this year costing UCDSU €1,800 to …
The submission follows the defeat of last week’s referendum on SU neutrality regarding abortion
University College Dublin Students’ Union (UCDSU) have sent in a submission to the Citizens’ Assembly advocating for a referendum to repeal the 8th amendment.
The submission follows a referendum held last week, in which UCD students voted against the adoption …
The SU will maintain its current pro-choice stance
University College Dublin (UCD) students have voted against the adoption of a neutral stance by their Students’ Union on the issue of abortion. The referendum failed with 64% voting against neutrality and 36% in favour.
The failure of the referendum …
According to the statement from UCDSU, university management also “alleged that the entire [revenge porn] situation was manipulated by the students’ union to advance their consent campaign”
The University College Dublin’s Students’ Union (UCDSU) has sharply criticised the management of the university over their handling of the recent revenge porn controversy, accussing them of treating it as a “public relations matter” instead of a social policy issue.…