Current Education candidate Alice MacPherson on depoliticisation, Women in Leadership and her changed stance on fees
Alice MacPherson is a Senior Sophister History and English student and is the candidate in the uncontested race for Education Officer of the SU.
In an interview with Trinity News, MacPherson expressed her surprise that four of six sabbatical positions …
The UPresent event showcased the work of Irish students placed in the top 10% of the competition
The Undergraduate Awards held their inaugural UPresent: Island of Ireland 2017 in the Helix, Dublin City University (DCU) on Thursday 1st February. The awards aim to mark the achievements of undergraduate academic research and “share the millions of pages …
The revelation comes after an Al Jazeera investigation into the British Israeli embassy
Richard Brooks, a senior official in the National Union of Students (NUS), the national union for third-level students in Britain, has been secretly filmed discussing plans to oust the organisation’s president Malia Bouattia. Brooks, a vice president in the British …
An online survey has opened up for the public’s opinions on the €8 million development
Ahead of submitting plans to An Bord Pleanála, Dublin City Council (DCC) has asked the public to submit their views on the proposed College Green Plaza.
An online survey has been opened up which allows participants to give their opinions …
The scholarships will be provided at undergraduate and postgraduate level
Dublin City University (DCU) is set to introduce fifteen academic scholarships for refugees and asylum seekers from September 2017 onwards. The scholarships will be provided at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
With the establishment of this programme, DCU will become …
The two unions visited NUIG, Athlone IT and LSAD this week to petition for the introduction of a living wage as part of a broader campaign on improving awareness of employee rights.
USI are campaigning in partnership with SIPTU for a living wage of €11.45 per hour to be introduced by the next government. USI claims that raising the minimum wage accordingly will “reduce poverty, boost local economies and ensure an inclusive …
The video, direct by coms and marketing officer Aifric Ní Chríodáin and Bogdan Hrechka, stresses the importance of communication and signs of consent in sexual relationships.
TCDSU launched their consent campaign video this afternoon, welcoming Louise O’Neill, author and Irish Book Award winner for her novel ‘Asking for it’ to the event. The screening was held in the Martin Uí Caidhain theatre where the SU outlined …
The event, held on Tuesday in the Swift Theatre, saw the Green Party, Sinn Féin, Social Democrats and AAA/PBP fighting to appeal to students’ social conscience on education funding, climate change and the eighth amendment, while Renua’s Tim Graham stated the topics were less than preferable.
Trinity’s Politics Society held their general election debate involving student party representatives yesterday evening. Young Fine Gael (YFG) , Ógra Fianna Fáil, Labour, Sinn Féin, The Social Democrats and People Before Profit/Anti Austerity Alliance (PBP/AAA) were the parties represented.
The high resolution blueprint of the substance created by a team led by Trinity’s Professor Martin Caffery has been long sought after in the battle to delay the post-antibiotic era
A clear molecular blueprint of globomycin, a substance which could be important in the design of new antibiotics, has been produced for the first time by researchers from the department of biochemistry immunology in Trinity College.
The importance of globomycin …
The Taoiseach is set to publicly announce the decision on Wednesday, following weeks of rumoured coalition discord on the topic
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny is expected to announce the polling day for the upcoming general election tomorrow, further delaying the decision. The decision comes down to a choice between Thursday 25 or Friday 26 February, with Friday being considered as …