The protest was organised by Fossil Free TCD and the SEC Initiative in response to College’s ongoing investments into fossil fuel companies
Today at noon, a protest was held in response to College’s ongoing investments into the fossil fuel industry in Front Square.
The protest was organised by two student organisations, Fossil Free Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and the Systemic Environmental Correct …
The centre will be open next Monday and Wednesday from 8:30am to 8pm
A pop up vaccination centre is to open on campus next Monday.
The centre will be open next Monday and next Wednesday from 8:30am to 8pm both days. The centre will operate on a walk-in basis for all students and …
The national union launches its “No Keys, No Degrees” campaign today
Today, the Union for Students in Ireland (USI) will stage a protest and sleep-out in front of the Dàil, demanding urgent government action on the student accommodation crisis.
The demonstration will begin at noon and student protestors will sleep out …
Hundreds of students gathered today to protest College’s handling of the return to campus.
The protest was organised by the recently-established student campaign groups Trinity College Dublin Campaign for F2F Teaching (TCD F2F) and Students4Change (S4C), as well as Trinity …
Students find themselves “question[ing] our decision to live here”
Residents of the Goldsmith building have complained about the conditions there.
A number of residents have given testimonies to Trinity News in relation to ongoing issues in the building.
The students have highlighted issues with broken appliances, disturbing construction and …
The union’s leadership disagrees with its oversight body about who is allowed to conduct oversight on it
The Board of the Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) and the union’s leadership have presented competing views on the legitimacy of that board. In essence, the GSU Executive claims that the board’s term in office expired in July and that a …
Students in a second year Biology lecture were told last week that “it’s just not feasible to start making a second timetable for all of the sciences”
Some science lectures may continue online after Reading Week due to admin issues.
Students in a second-year biology class last week were told that they, and potentially all science students, will not see an increase in in-person classes after reading …
A UK arrest warrant was recently issued for Cahill after her participation in a rally at Trafalgar Square last September
Far-right professor Dolores Cahill is no longer employed at University College Dublin (UCD).
Cahill is no longer listed as a staff member on UCD’s website and The Journal have reported that she is no longer an employee of the institution. …
The organisers describe the demonstration as “against Trinity management’s incompetence and miscommunication”
Several student organisations are planning a protest next Wednesday, September 22 to demand more face-to-face teaching in Trinity this semester and refunds for students whose teaching is partially or mostly online.
Trinity College Dublin Campaign for F2F Teaching (TCD F2F) …
In a statement to Trinity News this evening, the GSU said that the president did not order the resignation of the Board
Trinity College Dublin’s Graduate Students’ Union (TCDGSU) did not order the resignation of the Board, according to a statement received this evening.
In a statement to Trinity News earlier this evening, member of the GSU Board Dr John Walsh claimed …