Martin acknowledged that plans are being developed in the arts, culture, educational sectors, however “the key factor remains stick with the strategy; a gradual, responsible, reopening”
Speaking to the country this evening, Taoiseach Micheál Martin has said that he “wants to see our students on campus for the new academic year, enjoying the further and higher education experience that they deserve”.
Martin acknowledged that plans are …
At the final Council meeting of the academic year, Council passed a motion to support students who have to work “out of necessity” during the academic year
Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) has passed a motion calling for the introduction of accommodations for students with full or part-time jobs.
With the passing of the motion, the union is now mandated to advocate for the introduction of …
In an email to staff and students today, the Library announced that from Monday April 26 there will be a further opening of the Library, to support students as they prepare and finish their assessments
The Library has announced that they are to increase their opening hours from Monday April 26, following only being open for limited hours during Level 5 restrictions to stop the spread of Covid-19.
In an email to staff and students …
Professor Linda Doyle will take office as Provost on August 1, incumbent Patrick Prendergast confirmed this evening
In an email to staff and students today, Provost Patrick Prendergast confirmed that following Provost-Elect Professor Linda Doyle’s election on April 10, the College Board has formally appointed Doyle to take up the post from August 1.
Prendergast confirmed that …
Sam and her new cubs “look very healthy”
Sam the fox has given birth to “at least six, if not seven cubs”, according to Research Associate at Trinity Zoology Collie Ennis.
Speaking to Trinity News, Ennis confirmed that Sam has given birth to her long-expected cubs, and there …
Following a discussion item on the events in Myanmar, a motion to organise an awareness campaign was passed at this evening’s Council
Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) has been mandated to take specific actions to support students living in Myanmar, where a coup occurred in February.
Following a discussion item at Tuesday evening’s Council on the events in Myanmar in recent …
A separate petition was launched yesterday calling for a vote of no confidence in the union’s president
A petition has been launched today calling for a vote of no confidence against Graduate Students Union (GSU) Vice President Abhisweta Bhattacharjee.
This follows the launch of another petition yesterday which calls for a vote of no confidence against the …
Postgraduate students have raised serious concerns over the handling of a GSU meeting last night
A petition has been launched to call for a vote of no confidence in Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) President Gisèle Scanlon.
The petition follows the union’s Executive General Meeting (EGM) yesterday, which saw an unprecedented turnout with around 540 members …
A motion for the GSU to divest from TCDSU was initially deemed to have passed, but then failed by a significant margin when it was rerun
The Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) has voted against a motion to divest from Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) on a second vote.
The motion was voted on twice after an initial decision that the motion was deemed to have …
One motion was passed by a four-vote margin as some members said they were unable to cast their vote
The Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) deemed to have passed three motions this evening that have introduced a series of changes to the union’s constitution despite members raising serious concerns over the structure of the meeting and its voting process.