Elections 2020

Eoin Hand Gets Minor Strike Over Online Voting Infringement

Hand's campaign displayed links to an online voting website only intended for use by those on Erasmus or otherwise unable to vote.
By Emma Taggart

Around the World, Examining Blueprints for a Better Union

In Trinity, TCDSU has looked broadly similar for years now. Could there be a better – and fairer – way of structuring Trinity's students' union?
By Rachel O’Leary and Molly Furey

How to Win a TCDSU Election – From the Designer of Hillary Clinton’s ‘H’

World-famous graphic designer Michael Bierut talks about the importance of design in elections – but why it's also 'bullshit' in a way.
By Molly Furey

TCDSU is Inherently Political – This Election Period Has Proved It

The national versus local divide has dominated this year’s presidential election campaign, and the idea of a political union has clearly won out.
By The Editorial Board

Nocht an Rás Uachtaránachta i mBliana gur Aontas Polaitiúil é TCDSU

Bhí forlámhas ag an deighilt idir náisiúnta agus áitiúil san fheachtas toghcháin don uachtarán i mbliana, agus bhí an bua ag aontas polaitiúil.

Opportunities Missed for Contested Candidates, in Flat Halls Hustings

Tonight's questions provided little in the way of revelation for any undecided voters.

Halls Hustings

Donal MacNamee, Katy Amos and Aoife Kearins bring you the latest from Trinity Hall at the final hustings of the TCDSU Elections.

Harry Williams Heats Up Cooling Campaign With Microwave Stunt

The presidential candidate carried a microwave into the Hamilton today, and proceeded to heat up his lunch – 'a nice mild chili con carne'.
By Sárán Fogarty and Emer Moreau

Eoin Hand to Claim TCDSU Presidency, With Watson to Win University Times

Hand, Holmes and Watson are all on course for electoral victory this week, according to a poll of over 1,100 students.
By Aoife Kearins and Faye Curran

Harry Williams Scraps Society Promises After CSC Takes ‘Offence’

Williams said that 'all manifesto references to clubs and societies have been discontinued' after the CSC asked him to remove the policy.
By Aisling Marren and Sárán Fogarty