College opens sensory spaces on campus

Over 80 study spaces have been created in the Library

Today, Trinity announced a number of spaces on campus that are to function as supportive sensory environments for students and staff.

More than 80 individual study spaces have been created within six sensory areas across the Berkeley, Lecky, Ussher, Hamilton …

TCDSU Council passes motions on accessibility and opposing the “cultural death” of Dublin

Students will be able to make “accessibility requests” in advance of future council meetings

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Trinity College Dublin Student Union (TCDSU) has passed a motion at council mandating that they fulfil any accessibility requests from students for council meetings.

The officer for students with disabilities (OSD) will create and circulate the necessary accessibility request forms

TCDSU to lobby for publication of all College meeting minutes online

Council passed a motion this evening mandating the union to lobby for increased transparency in Trinity

Trinity College Dublin Students Union (TCDSU) is to lobby for the publication of minutes from College decision-making bodies.

A motion was passed at Council this evening mandating TCDSU to lobby for increased College transparency. This also includes lobbying for better …

TCDSU passes motion to create an “anti-spiking policy’

The motion was proposed by JS CSL class rep Seán Lysaght and seconded by Welfare and Equality Officer Sierra Mueller-Owens

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Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) has passed a motion to create an “anti-spiking” in nightclubs.

The motion mandates the Welfare and Equality Officer and the Entertainments Officer to aid the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) “in anti-spiking policy

Provost announces ‘Speak Out’ tool to report incidents of sexual harassment

Students and staff can use the tool to anonymously report any form of sexual harassment or violence

Today, Provost Linda Doyle announced the launch of an anonymous sexual violence and harassment reporting tool called ‘Speak Out’, to counter incidents of sexual impropriety.

The announcement was delivered to students and staff by the Provost in an email this

College backs Christmas campaign in support of the Simon Community

Trinity joins Larkin Community College and Localise National Youth Volunteers to support people experiencing homelessness

College has partnered with Localise National Youth Volunteers to support Larkin Community College in their Christmas campaign for the Dublin Simon Community. 

The campaign is run by second year students at Larkin Community College, to source gifts and essentials for