Machaya was informed of the decision earlier today
The deportation order for DCU student Shepherd Machaya has been extended until February, according to Dublin City University Students’ Union (DCUSU) President Vito Moloney-Burke. Machaya received the news today at a meeting with the Garda National Immigration Bureau (GNIB).
The incident happened at the Phil’s weekly Chamber Debate
The Phil has received criticism as it saw a speaker in its weekly chamber debate use “the n-word”. The incident occurred during last night’s debate, which was entitled “This House Supports Absolute Free Speech”.
According to students who attended the …
The Board was notified of the issue when they appealed their decision to the Visitors
Confusion has arisen among College Board members as it has emerged that the change in the term for first and second year students, from “Freshman” to “Fresh”, breaches the College Statutes. At a September 12 meeting of Board, the Secretary …
The figure related to the 2017/18 financial year
College spent over €1.1m on recruitment of non-EU undergraduate and postgraduate students during the 2017/18 financial year, starting October 1 2017 to July 31 of this year. The figures were obtained after a request under the Freedom of Information (FoI) …
The move follows previous abstentions and votes against housing bills put forward by opposition parties
Fianna Fáil have announced in a tweet that they are to support a private members motion on housing put forward by Solidarity and People Before Profit in the Dáil this evening. The motion calls for emergency measures to tackle the …
Protestors gathered outside the Swift Theatre this evening
Take Back Trinity have tonight protested Leader of Fianna Fáil Micheál Martin, as he spoke to Trinity Political Society (PolSoc), as a guest speaker. The event, “The Homelessness Crisis, Micheál Martin”, took place in the Swift theatre this evening.
The incident happened at the Tramshed and Woodworks complex in the Point Village
Trinity students living in the luxury student accommodation complex, the Tramshed and the Woodworks in Point Village, have been refunded a week’s worth of rent due to ongoing construction work. Trinity News has learned that the student accommodation complex, which …
29.4% of students voted against
70.56% of students have voted in favour of the Tobacco Free Trinity proposal in a Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) plebiscite. 29.44% of students voted against. Turnout stood at roughly 8%, with a total valid poll of 1,447.
The motion is “This House Believes Middle Eastern Women Need Western Feminism”
Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) has received numerous complaints on the motion to be debated by the University Philosophical Society (the Phil) on Thursday evening, “This House Believes That Middle Eastern Women Need Western Feminism”.
TCDSU Ethnic Minorities Officer, …
Editor Niamh Lynch discusses her vision for Trinity News as it enters its 65th year
Trinity News has undergone a number of changes over the past few months. We’ve moved to a compact print format, increased the number of pages in the print edition, changed our website, and expanded our issue run for the year. …