Speaking to an Oireachtas committee today, the Minister said every student would be on campus for some classes
Large scale lectures are not likely to initially return with a general reopening of campuses, an Oireachtas committee has heard today.
Speaking to the Oireachtas Committee on Education, Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science today, Minister Simon Harris …
Attempts were made to contact President Gisèle Scanlon over seven weeks with no reply
President of the Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) Gisèle Scanlon did not comply with an investigation by the GSU Board, despite repeated attempts to contact her over a period of seven weeks.
The investigation was launched after a controversial EGM in …
Results in the GSU sabbatical elections were expected to be released at 12pm but are so far delayed
Graduates Students Union (GSU) President candidate John Tighe has raised concerns over “serious irregularities” in the counting of votes in GSU sabbatical elections.
Results of the elections were due to be released at 12pm today. The University Times reported that …
Incoming first years will not start classes until September 27
Teaching for all returning Trinity students will begin on Monday September 13, Vice-Provost Jürgen Barkhoff has announced.
In an email to all staff and students this afternoon, Barkhoff laid out plans for the reopening of College after the summer. Orientation …
Gisèle Scanlon had said that the union was “not empowered” to hold a vote because of ongoing Board proceedings, but the Board denies saying this
The Board of the Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) did not advise the organisation against moving forward with impeachment proceedings against its sabbatical officers, despite the president claiming otherwise.
The GSU’s President, Gisèle Scanlon, said at Friday’s election hustings that the …
The three candidates for the union’s sabbatical positions were quizzed by students this evening
Candidates in the Graduates Students Union (GSU) sabbatical officer election faced questions from students at the campaign’s first and only hustings this evening.
The union’s presidency is being contested by Gisèle Scanlon, the incumbent, and John Tighe, a former member …
Five of the 11 positions on the committee were contested
Eva Craig has been elected president of the Trinity Hall Junior Common Room (JCR) Committee for 2021/22.
Craig, a BESS student from Sligo, was unopposed in the election and secured 86.4% of the vote. In her manifesto, she pledged to …
Several members of the CSC executive have resigned after calls for chairperson Ryan Grunwell to step down
Several members of the executive of the Central Societies Committee (CSC) have resigned their positions in a protest against the conduct of chairperson Ryan Grunwell.
These resignations came ahead of tonight’s AGM when a new executive is due to be …
A split vote was narrowly defeated after the Council’s chair followed the Speaker Denison’s rule in casting a deciding vote
This article contains discussion of sexual assault.
University College Cork’s (UCC) Student Council has voted against mandating its union to issue an apology over its response to allegations of sexual assault made against a candidate running in the union’s elections.…
Students have their say on TCDSU’s performance, national politics, and Trinity in the pandemic
The Trinity News poll wasn’t just about the election – students were also asked their views on a variety of other topics. This is one of the largest surveys of Trinity students regularly conducted and gives us a great sense …