Candidates focus on engagement issues at Halls Hustings

The second-last hustings event for candidates took place this evening, with candidates facing questions from the JCR Committee

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) sabbatical candidates faced questions this evening from Trinity Hall Junior Common Room (JCR), which represents the residents of the accommodation complex. 

Tonight represents the final two hustings events candidates will face, with voting due


Accessibility and inclusivity dominate at TCDSU Council/Equality Hustings

The second hustings of the election took place this evening, with candidates facing questions on a range of equality and justice issues

The second hustings event of the 2022 Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) sabbatical officer elections took place this evening. At Equality/Council hustings, candidates faced questions from a range of students including previous sabbatical and part-time officers, the wider student …


10 candidates to run in TCDSU sabbatical elections

Half of the races are uncontested this year with the Ents race having the most candidates at three

Ten candidates are to contest this year’s Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) elections. Three of the six races are uncontested, with only one candidate running.

The list was announced this evening on the steps of House Six by incumbent …


Halls hustings hones in on first years as candidates are questioned for the final time

The two-day voting period for next year’s sabbatical officers has now opened

Junior Freshers’ concerns were put in the spotlight at Halls hustings this evening as the twelve candidates running in the Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) elections engaged in the last debate of the campaign.

Candidates made their final hustings


Candidates put to the test at challenging Equality hustings

President candidate Leah Keogh was once again able to use her years of involvement with the union to her advantage during tonight’s hustings

At tonight’s Equality hustings, some candidates were given the opportunity to demonstrate a familiarity with students’ rights and welfare, while others were grilled on subjects absent or sparsely handled in their campaign materials.

The candidates in the Trinity College Dublin


Wide gap between UT editor candidates evident at lively Council hustings

At Council Hustings this evening, candidates were quizzed by current sabbatical officers and students

Twelve of the thirteen candidates for the six Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) sabbatical officer positions fielded questions from incumbent officers and students at the second hustings of the campaign season. Cathal Ó Ríordáin, one of the three Welfare