Trinity BDS fly Palestinian flags from front entrance to mark International Day of Solidarity

College refused to project the Palestinian colours, saying that “endless displays would ultimately make the gesture meaningless”

Trinity Boycott, Divestment, and Sanction Implementation Group (Trinity BDS) have displayed Palestinian flags from the windows of College’s College Green facade to mark International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People.

According to a statement from the group, College refused …

Jeremy Corbyn praises College’s examination of “colonial past” in address to the Phil

The former leader of the UK Labour Party spoke to members of the society after receiving its Gold Medal of Honorary Patronage

Jeremy Corbyn praised College’s readiness to examine its “colonial past” in an address to the University Philosophical Society (the Phil) yesterday evening.

The former leader of the UK Labour Party said that Trinity “has been prepared to examine itself and …

Supplemental charter formally adopted by College

The changes made by the supplemental charter comprise “one of the most significant reforms of Trinity’s structures in decades, if not centuries”

A supplemental charter has been formally added to College’s charters, comprising “one of the most significant reforms of Trinity’s structures in decades, if not centuries”.

In an email, Secretary to College John Coman informed staff and students of the implementation …

College invites suggestions for new name for Berkeley Library

A newly-established working group are accepting “evidence-based” submissions on the name of the Library

College has invited suggestions of new names for the Berkeley Library, also known as the X Library.

A newly-established Legacies Review Working Group will review  “evidence-based” submissions from the public on the name of the library. Submissions will be accepted …

Women’s Aid launch #TooIntoYou campaign to raise awareness about relationship abuse

The organisation is seeking to highlight the issue of coercive control, which one in six young women have experienced in relationships

Women’s Aid have launched a campaign to raise awareness about “coercive control” and relationship abuse among young people.

The #TooIntoYou campaign aims to dispel common beliefs about the nature of abusive and toxic relationships.

According to Women’s Aid, many people …

Analysis: Polls indicate apathy to Budget measures among younger voters

With half of 18-24 year olds deeming the Budget measures to be “not enough”, government has failed to shore up support among student-age voters

At the end of September, government unveiled Budget 2023 – a package of measures it believed would help address the number-one issue of the day: the cost of living crisis.

It came amidst the backdrop of soaring inflation, growing anxiety …

TCDSU Council fails to reach quorum

Council will instead be replaced by a town hall discussion meeting, where no motions can be voted on

This evening’s meeting of Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) Council has failed to reach quorum.

The meeting will instead take the form of a town hall to discuss items on the agenda, but no motions can be voted on.…