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SU campaign calls for universal public housing program at banner demonstration

Union President László Molnárfi said students and staff are being “priced out of education”

The Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) campaigns group has called for a universal public housing program for students and across the country at a banner demonstration today.

Members of the union gathered in front of the Campanile at Front …

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“Two of our four windows were shattered”: Kavanagh Court residents criticise accommodation’s response to disturbances

Residents have said the accommodation’s response to fireworks and damage caused by non-residents “unreasonable”

Students living in Kavanagh Court have criticised  the accommodation’s response to recent disturbances, including fireworks being “aimed” at flats and damage to property.

They said disturbances from the nearby Diamond Park, which was opened this summer and is not owned

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College launches “Quantum Alliance” to facilitate growth in quantum technology

The new initiative brings together researchers and major technology firms to organise networks for quantum experts and further the field

College has launched a collaborative initiative bringing together researchers and leading technology firms focused on quantum technology, which it hopes will be a catalyst for investment in the field.

Launched yesterday, the Trinity Quantum Alliance aims to bring together quantum …

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Candidates outline plans for reform in poorly attended USI hustings

Trinity students can vote for their preferred candidates until 7pm this evening

At online hustings hosted by Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union yesterday evening, candidates for Union of Students in Ireland (USI) officerships outlined their plans to support students, with stronger campaigning and better communication with constituent unions being recurring themes across …

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Ents Race: Olivia Orr knows “how to give students what they want”

In an interview with Trinity News, the Entertainment Officer candidate details her insider knowledge and plans for the next year

Olivia Orr, a Junior Sophister PPES student, is one of three candidates running for the position of Entertainment (Ents) Officer for the 2023-2024 Trinity College Dublin Student Union (TCDSU). The officership is in charge of running all student functions throughout

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Supplemental charter formally adopted by College

The changes made by the supplemental charter comprise “one of the most significant reforms of Trinity’s structures in decades, if not centuries”

A supplemental charter has been formally added to College’s charters, comprising “one of the most significant reforms of Trinity’s structures in decades, if not centuries”.

In an email, Secretary to College John Coman informed staff and students of the implementation …