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President Race: When it comes to fighting for students, Jenny Maguire promises to be the “loudest, most annoying voice” in the room

With her campaign slogan “Hire Maguire” presidential candidate Jenny Maguire feels that she is the right person for the job

Jenny Maguire will undoubtedly be a familiar face to anyone involved with Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU), having previously served as both LGBT rights officer and gender equality officer. Now, the English Studies student wants to lend her experience

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Renters’ Solidarity Network announce intentions to escalate

A petition created by the group calling to an end to College’s overnight guest policy has reached over 500 signatures

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The Trinity College Dublin Renters’ Solidarity Network, a grassroots organisation established by the Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) President László Molnárfi, have announced intentions to “escalate [their] campaign” in a letter to Provost Linda Doyle.
The letter, sent on
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Domino’s Israel remove IDF posts in response to TCDSU ending sponsorship

In correspondence seen by Trinity News, Domino’s outlined a number of steps it was taking to show “that we take your concerns seriously”

Domino’s Israel franchise has removed all social media posts expressing support for the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) after TCDSU severed its relationship with the company’s UK and Ireland franchise over the posts earlier this month.

In correspondence seen by

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Gaeilge Initiative referendum sees highest voter turnout in six years

1,245 students have turned out to vote so far, the highest number since the BDS mandate referendum in 2018

1,245 students have so far turned out to vote in this week’s Gaeilge Initiative referendum, the highest turnout for any union referendum in roughly six years.

The previous referendum with the highest turnout was the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (

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Third of students unsure if they are tenants or licensees, TCDSU survey finds

The findings of the TCDSU Housing Survey Report were launched this evening

One-third of students are unsure whether they are tenants of licensees, raising concern that many students may be “unclear on their rights within their homes”, according to a new report from Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU).

The TCDSU Housing …

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USI supports protest calling for Ireland joining ICJ case against genocide in Gaza

The demonstration in support of a Dáil motion put forth by the Social Democrats is to take place outside Leinster House this evening

The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) has called on students to join demonstrations at Leinster House this evening in support of a motion for Ireland to join South Africa’s case against Israel at the International Court of Justice.

The

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TCDSU launch anti-government voter registration campaign

Under the campaign the union erected a number of posters criticising government policies

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) have launched an anti-government campaign urging students to register to vote. 

The campaign was launched this afternoon by TCDSU President László Molnárfi and Citizenship Officer Ella Maclennan. 

As part of the campaign the union

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949 students register for 2024 Schols exams

Biological and biomedical sciences was the course with the highest number sign ups with 83 students registering for the exams.

949 senior fresh students signed up to take the 2024 foundation scholarship (Schols) exams which took place this week. 

180 of the students who registered were from joint honour programmes, while biological and biomedical sciences saw the highest number of

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“I have personally never felt more like an outsider before”: Minority students tell of anxiety in wake of Dublin riots

Student representatives have criticised College’s decision to fully reopen the following day

Ethnic minority students and those from outside Ireland have shared feelings of fear and anxiety that have followed anti-immigrant riots which shook Dublin city centre last week.

Speaking to Trinity News, Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union International Students Officer Eduarda