Netflix: Net Hit or Net Slip?

While everyone else rises high, Netflix’s good times slump to an all time low

If you were subscribed to Netflix late last year you might have come across quite an ironic new addition to the streaming service’s seemingly endless chasm of content. Blockbuster, billed as a workplace comedy a la The Office, Brooklyn

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

Ents Race: Sam Kelly in a bid for Ents Officer – For Good! For All! For You!

In an interview with Trinity News, Sam Kelly details his experience in mental health and event organisation

Junior Sophister Politics and Economics student, Sam Kelly is one of three candidates running for the position of Entertainment (Ents) Officer in the 2023 TCDSU elections. Having founded his school’s well-being committee, and formerly sat on their student council, Kelly

Ents Race: Nadia aims to be “the change that Trinity needs”

One of three entertainment officer candidates, Nadia discusses her goals for safety, diversity and student engagement

Nadia, a Senior Sophister computer science student, believes that her strong personal experience in event management and connections within the music industry gives her an edge over her competitors.

With experience in the Union as part of the communications and

Welfare and Equality race: Aoife Bennett wants to “lay the groundwork for long term change”

Sole candidate Aoife Bennett hopes to create improvements in accommodation, period products and the Dignity and Respect Policy

Junior sophister English student Aoife Bennett believes that Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union can be “Better with Bennett”. Running uncontested for Welfare and Equality Officer, Bennett believes that “welfare and equality is the backbone of the SU” and that she

Communications & Marketing Race: Aiesha Wong is focusing on sponsorships, accessibility and transparency

Sole candidate for Communications & Marketing officer Aiesha Wong wants to ensure “everyone can see what actually is happening” in the union

Aiesha Wong is a half Irish-Chinese, final year law and politics student from Clarehall, she is also the uncontested candidate running for the Communications and Marketing officer of the TCDSU. She is focusing on three things; sponsorships, accessibility and transparency. 

UT Race: Clara Roche believes she has “the passion and the vision” to run the University Times

In an interview with Trinity News, Roche spoke her plan to improve accountability and accessibility, create a board of advisors and foster a “collaborative work environment”  

Clara Roche is a fourth year history and politics student and has been involved in the University Times (UT) since her very first days on-campus. As a first year Roche was a contributing writer, then in her second she became

Education Race: Catherine Arnold wants to become a “holistic” education officer

Arnold discusses representation and representatives, a “holistic” education and working in the union in an interview with Trinity News about their campaign

Like previous candidates with union experience before them, Deputy Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty Convenor Catherine Arnold is hoping to “hit the ground running” as Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union’s (TCDSU) Education Officer for the upcoming academic year.  


President Race: Tilly Schaaf hopes to be the breath of “fresh air” the union needs

Third year physics student Tilly Schaaf lists efficient IT services, open finances, and active student dialogue as priorities for her campaign

Tilly Schaaf is certainly not afraid of ruffling feathers in her campaign to become the next president of Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU). A veteran of student activism, this third year general physics student describes herself as having “”been

President Race: “Traditional Student Radical” László Molnárfi wants to take the union back the grassroots

Current School of Social Science and Philosophy Convenor László Molnárfi wants to initiate a “change in political strategy” within the union

When it comes to student activism, László Molnárfi is no rookie. School of Social Sciences and Philosophy (SSP) Convenor, Chairperson of Students4Change, and Secretary of  Trinity’s Boycott, Divestment & Sanctions movement (Trinity BDS), Molnárfi has been part of the student