An Interview with Senator David Norris

Senator David Norris speaks to Trinity News about his time in Trinity, the lessons he’s learned while fighting for the LGBTQ+ community, and what he plans to do after retiring

When David Norris answered the door of his beautifully renovated Georgian Home on North Great George’s Street, he was impeccably dressed, and with a warm greeting, offered up a cigarette. His house was like a time capsule, bringing all those


An Inside Look at the Personal Costs of Climate Change

Trinity News speaks to Trinity Students from California and Italy about the effects that climate change has had on their lives.

Recently, there has been a surge in consumer and aesthetic interest in climate change. With Instagram reels telling people the trendiest charity shops they can go to and popular fast food chains offering vegan burgers, it can be hard to


Communications & Marketing Race: Aiesha Wong is focusing on sponsorships, accessibility and transparency

Sole candidate for Communications & Marketing officer Aiesha Wong wants to ensure “everyone can see what actually is happening” in the union

Aiesha Wong is a half Irish-Chinese, final year law and politics student from Clarehall, she is also the uncontested candidate running for the Communications and Marketing officer of the TCDSU. She is focusing on three things; sponsorships, accessibility and transparency. 


TCDSU to hold referendum on support for Sports Centre charge

If passed, the referendum would mean that TCDSU would cease to support the charge until all booking, equipment and class fees are abolished.

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) is to hold a referendum on whether to make their support for the Annual Sports Centre charge conditional on the abolition of all booking, equipment and class fees in the centre.

Voting in the …