The email warning comes after the Equality and Diversity hustings last night
The Central Societies Committee (CSC) has issued an email warning to societies about using social media relating to the societies to engage in the Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) sabbatical elections.
The email, seen by Trinity News, read: “It …
Caoimhe Gordon reflects on how many hours we actually spend on our smartphones and how that is affecting lives across the world.
“As a post in the popular Reddit, Shower Thoughts put it: ‘How many miles have I scrolled on my phone?'”
Recently I attended a lecture, simply entitled “Doing business in China” which offered interesting insights into the differing business practises …
Dublin Bus driver Colm Meaghar talks to Sam Cox about daily life on the road.
The mechanical snap-shut of the door, followed by a loud banging on the glass as a soaked passenger begs to be let in. The impassive bus driver sits in his impenetrable Plexiglas cab and journeys on. One or two onlookers …
A list of the 250 most influential users of social media in the Irish political landscape features TD’s inactive for years and two government press accounts.
Twitter is a strange beast. Once decried as a place for losers with nothing better to do than share snaps of their breakfasts, it has quickly become a tool of influence, mobilisation and democratisation in various parts of the world. …
Aiming to show how fun and accessible research in all disciplines can be, a number of events will be taking place across campus tomorrow evening as part of Discover Research Dublin.
Researchers and volunteers will be on hand with live …
Orla Ní Dhúil
Do you feel as though mainstream Irish media represents you and the issues that matter to you? If not, then you are not alone.
There is a well-documented disconnect between many young Irish people and …