Around 1,550 students were living in Trinity accommodation at the end of Hilary Term
All of Trinity’s major student residence locations were undersubscribed this academic year.
The demand among students for rooms in accommodation buildings operated by Trinity was lower than the number of places available.
Figures released to Trinity News under the Freedom …
The legislation has been criticised within Trinity over concerns of decreased autonomy
The details of contentious new government legislation introducing several changes to the higher education sector have been released today.
Minister for Further and Higher Education Simon Harris published the legislation this morning, which is described as aiming to reform and …
Cultural venues are allowed to open their doors again from May 10 under the government’s phased reopening plan
Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) is urging Trinity against reopening the Book of Kells next month as students sit exams.
Under the government’s phased plan to lift Covid-19 restrictions, cultural attractions can reopen from May 10, which also marks …
Trinity’s sailors are keen to get back out on the water
Forty people, thirty days, a daily jump into the sea – last November, DU Sailing Club members raised funds for men’s mental health charities by swimming in the sea each day of Movember. The fundraiser was one of a handful …
The final Council of the year took place over Zoom this evening
Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) has passed motions at Council this evening on taking steps towards an accessible House 6 and lobbying against conversion therapy.
Chemistry Convener Thomas O’Neill proposed the motion against conversion therapy at tonight’s council.
A motion for the GSU to divest from TCDSU was initially deemed to have passed, but then failed by a significant margin when it was rerun
The Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) has voted against a motion to divest from Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) on a second vote.
The motion was voted on twice after an initial decision that the motion was deemed to have …
One motion was passed by a four-vote margin as some members said they were unable to cast their vote
The Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) deemed to have passed three motions this evening that have introduced a series of changes to the union’s constitution despite members raising serious concerns over the structure of the meeting and its voting process.
Council ended early after the meeting lost its quorum, with 10 motions deferred
10 motions have been deferred to the next Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) Council after the meeting lost its quorum this evening.
Council ended early after a call to check whether quorum was met among attendants at tonight’s Council.…
Doyle is to be the first woman to hold College’s highest leadership position
Linda Doyle has been elected to serve as the next provost of Trinity for the coming decade after a unique two-month campaign period.
Doyle, who is set to take over from incumbent Patrick Prendergast, is becoming the first woman to …
Jane Ohlmeyer has been knocked out of the election after securing the fewest votes
Professors Linda Doyle and Linda Hogan are progressing to the second round of voting in the election of Trinity’s next provost.
Professor Jane Ohlmeyer received the fewest votes of the three candidates in the first round and has been removed …