The candidates both received minor strikes for social media activity outside campaign hours
Education Officer candidate Bev Genockey and University Times editor candidate Peter Caddle have both received minor strikes and a temporary ban on campaigning.
Genockey received a 30 minute ban after a campaign team member referenced and tagged the candidate’s campaign …
Cummins is the second candidate to receive a major strike
Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) President candidate Ben Cummins has been issued with a major and a minor strike by the union’s electoral commission.
The EC has issued Cummins a major and a minor strike for separate offences, and …
Provost candidates outlined strategies to increase Trinity’s sustainability efforts at a climate change discussion this evening
Avoiding tokenism and greenwashing should be important factors in the next provost’s plans to address the climate crisis, the candidates for the role have emphasised.
At a debate on climate change this evening, Professors Doyle, Hogan and Ohlmeyer outlined strategies …
The candidates have been confirmed today ahead of a two-week campaign period between March 1 and 11
Thirteen candidates have put themselves forward to run for a position in Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU).
The candidates have been confirmed today ahead of a two-week campaign period which will take place between March 1 and 11.
Improvements to Academic Registry and a review of student to staff ratios were among questions posed to candidates this afternoon
Clinical placements for health science students should be expanded, the candidates for Trinity’s next provost have said.
Professors Linda Doyle, Linda Hogan and Jane Ohlmeyer agreed at a forum of Health Sciences staff today that access to clinical placements should …
The three candidates faced questions that gave one of the most significant insights in the campaign so far on topics where they diverge
A view to utilise opportunities presented by online learning beyond the end of the pandemic is on the mind of all three candidates in the race to become Trinity’s next provost.
The three candidates spoke about the future of online …
Doyle, Hogan and Ohlmeyer pitched their campaign promises to staff over Zoom this evening
A policy to expand the number of students in Trinity appears unlikely in the next decade as all three candidates for provost agreed that student numbers should not rise at the first live event of the election campaign.
Professors Linda …
Equality, research and climate change are recurring themes as candidates for Trinity’s next provost launch their campaigns
Staff and students have gained a first look this afternoon at the issues candidates for Trinity’s next provost are putting on their agenda.
Candidates for provost have launched their digital manifestos and websites today following the confirmation of nominees.
The Director of the College Health Service has cautioned students about cases of Covid-19 in student residences
Trinity is tackling the presence of Covid-19 cases in student accommodation on and off campus, with some students unable to move into a private accommodation building due to the virus.
At a town hall meeting this evening ran by Trinity …
College is aware of one confirmed case of Covid-19 in accommodation on the main campus
Three people have tested positive for Covid-19 in Trinity’s Goldsmith Hall residence, College has confirmed.
All student residents and support staff working in Goldsmith Hall are to be tested for Covid-19 at the Aviva Stadium testing centre as a “precautionary …