The motions propose that the Education officer lobby lecturers to ensure all lecture slides are written in accessible fonts, and that all lecture materials be made availble to class reps so they may be disseminated to the students in each class.
Two motions to campaign for lecture materials to be made more readily available and accessible have been passed at SU Council.
The first motion on accessibility proposed that the Student’s Union campaign for lecturers to ensure that their slides are …
The report characterises the deficit as “ not sustainable” and the effect this has on the day-to-day finances of the Union as “dramatic”
TCDSU have reported a €30,000 deficit for the 2015/2016 academic year, Trinity News has learned. The report characterises the deficit as “ not sustainable” and the effect this has on the day-to-day finances of the Union as “dramatic”.
The SU …
According to an article published earlier this month in UCD’s College Tribune, as many as 200 students formed a Facebook chat group in which explicit photos and anecdotes of female students were shared and rated without their consent
An investigation chaired by Registrar and Deputy President of University College Dublin (UCD) Prof Mark Rogers into the existence of the “UCD 200” Facebook group has dismissed the allegations and found no definitive evidence of the group’s existence, Trinity News …
Editors of TCD Miscellany have withdrawn their Trinity Ball Guide, distributed on campus earlier this week, from circulation.
The move follows complaints about an article in which the author insinuates that he and a male friend, disguised as paramedics, raped …
Prohibition further pushes drug abusers to the edges of society where their addiction will only deepen.
Due to what is essentially a legal fuck up on the part of Irish Court of Appeals, Ireland is now host to a Purge-esque 48-hour window in which it is temporarily legal to possess ketamine, ecstasy pills, magic mushrooms, …
Former classmates cannot see the suffocating emptiness of my days, the freedom to do anything that paralyses me.
The campus is seized with its usual furore. People are possessed with the need to complete their immediate goals: get to class. Get to the library. Read X criticism of Y text. Tackle some essay for some module before some …
One month into the academic year, Eva Short sat down with SU president, Domhnall McGlacken-Byrne, to talk student politics and the future of Irish higher education.
Q. What was your opinion of the provost’s question and answer session [last Monday]?…
I felt no need to update the world about my summer. Dublin, at least from my perspective, was drained of its vitality between June and September. My fellow students – who are the lifeblood of my social circle – dispersed, …
Students were afforded a furry reprieve from their studies today as the eagerly awaited Exam Destress Canine Therapy Room ran between 12pm and 4pm.
The event, organised by Welfare officer Stephen Garry in conjunction with Irish charity Peata, has been …