McClean elected as Welfare Officer of TCDSU

McClean won with 52.8% of the vote

Damien McClean has been elected to the position of Welfare & Equality Officer for Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU), defeating opponent Laura Grady on the 3rd count.

McClean, a final year Maths student, received 974 votes on the first


Getting the best fresh start with Welfare First: Laura Grady, Welfare Candidate

Current Volunteer Coordinator Laura Grady’s prime focus is engagement; through mini-campaigns, a Welfare First week aimed at Freshers and society collaboration she hopes to achieve this

Laura Grady is proud of many things. Her native Sligo, particularly since moving to Dublin for college; getting picked at 12 to play GAA in Croke Park and of course, Westlife. Grady’s participation in numerous campaigns like Body and Soul


SU Leadership campaign begins with first hustings

This years race will be shorter than previous years and will also see candidates and campaign managers afforded breaks in the middle of the day



The 2017 Leadership Campaign got underway at Students’ Union Hustings this evening. This will be the first campaign to take place since the introduction of stricter rules surrounding the race. This years race will be shorter than previous years and


Dashing Home for Christmas

Laura Grady speaks to Richie Commins about DASH, a pioneering new service coming to Dublin this January


“The pioneering new service, DASH (Driving All Students Home) is supported by An Garda Síochána through their Campus Watch Program, and will be launched nationwide in January”

It happens all the time – you’re in a nightclub and can’t find …


Body and Soul Week: Skin Deep

Seana Davis reflects on modern beauty standards in the context of yesterday’s Hist discussion.


As part of Body and Soul week, the Hist presented ‘Skin Deep’; a discussion. ‘Is beauty in the eye of the beholder, or are we all striving for some unattainable goal?’ The question is intriguing and much debated in our