GSU pass motion to support DCU student facing deportation

The Council also passed motions to campaign for student housing and on student visa issues

A motion passed at the first Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) Council mandates the union to support DCU student, Shepherd Machaya, who is currently facing deportation to his native Zimbabwe. The motion was carried unanimously and proposed by Sarah Hughes, a


TCDSU stage banner drop at House Six

The banner drop took place ahead of tomorrow’s Housing rally, “Raise the Roof”

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) have staged a banner drop this evening at House Six. The banner drop was organised ahead of the National March for Student Accommodation and Housing, taking place tomorrow as part of the “Raise the


That’s my bag!

While students relax around campus, many forget the dangers of theft and criminality

Crime coverage never ceases to engage. Omnipresent in Irish media for the last three years is the ongoing Hutch-Kinahan gang feud. Since 2015, the battle has preoccupied the public conscious, brought into particular focus two years ago when numerous gangland


Trinity international students suffer health problems from mouldy apartment in Kavanagh Court

The €1000 a month accommodation is advertised on Trinity’s website as “top of the range”

Two international students living in Kavanagh Court have suffered health problems due to mould growing in their apartment according to the Irish Independent. The claims emerged this morning when the Irish Independent published images showing the extent of the mould.


Trinity simulation suite for student nurses opened at Trinity Centre for Health Sciences

The unveiling took place at the closing ceremony of Trinity’s School of Nursing and Midwifery 21st anniversary celebrations

A new simulation suite for student nurses has opened at the Trinity Centre for Health Sciences at St James’s Hospital campus which will enhance nursing education. The opening of the new simulation suite took place at the closing ceremony of