Trinity replaces diesel-powered gardening equipment with fuel-free alternatives

College’s gardening equipment is now solar-powered and noise free


Trinity has replaced all its diesel-powered gardening equipment with solar-powered and soundless machines. College’s gardeners are now using the new equipment across campus.

Trinity gardeners will use the fuel-free gardening equipment throughout the College including the Rose Garden, Provost’s Garden,


Research report launched on Trinity led employment programme ‘Career LEAP’

The minister also presented certificates to those who completed the first year of the programme

Minister for Public Expenditure, Paschal Donohoe has launched a research report on a Trinity led development programme called ‘Career LEAP’. The report was launched at an event in Croke Park on Thursday, November 9.  ‘Career LEAP’ is a programme that  


Students to pay for use of GMB pool tables

The pool tables are jointly run by the Philosophy and The Historical Society

The Philosophical Society (The Phil) have started to charge for the use of the Graduates Memorial Building (GMB) pool tables. Previously the pool tables, located on the third floor in the games room, were free to be used by all


Trinity students to launch boycott campaign against Westland Eats caterer

The boycott of Aramark relates to the company’s relationship with three direct provision centres.

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A group of Trinity students are starting a campaign to boycott the Aramark company,which is the College-appointed food caterer for Westland Eats in the Hamilton building, due to its connection to direct provision centres.

The campaign is using


NCI to remain in the USI following vote

NCI voted in favour of remaining in the USI by 97.2%



The National College of Ireland Students’ Union (NCISU) voted today to remain with the Union of Students in Ireland (USI).  The poll for the referendum opened on Thursday, November 9 and closed on Friday November 10.

The final result showed


Campaign launched to make membership of UCDSU optional

Campaigning for the necessary amount of signatures will begin across the Belfield Campus today

A new “Freedom of Choice” campaign, aiming to make membership of University College Dublin Students’ Union (UCDSU) optional, was launched today. The campaign, called “Stand up”, aims to insert a Constitutional amendment into Article three of the University College Dublin