Tonight saw presidential candidates deliver arguably their weakest performance of this year's TCDSU campaign.
Carey’s campaign team is forbidden from canvassing for one hour tomorrow, from 10am to 11am.
Hand said he wants to protect the presence of the creative arts on campus, if as elected TCDSU president.
Carey, widely seen as the race’s most orthodox candidate, admitted the union must break out of its 'bubble' and be more inclusive.
Hiram Harrington and Philly Holmes have maintained genial relations thus far in the TCDSU elections. It's hard to see how it can last much longer.
O'Connor will serve a two-hour social media ban after a student who was not a member of her team posted in a Facebook group wishing her luck.
Candidates' differing takes on inclusivity and accessibility proved illuminating at the second hustings of this year's elections.
Join Donal MacNamee, Aisling Marren and Katy Amos for the second hustings of this year's TCDSU elections.
Harry Williams, who is contesting the union's presidential race, will campaign to take TCDSU out of the Union of Students in Ireland.