Join Cormac Watson, Emma Taggart and Aoife Kearins for a liveblog of the results of this year’s TCDSU elections.
We take you through the star signs of each candidate to figure out what it could mean for the running of the union next year.
The proposal was put forward by ents candidate Greg Arrowsmith and presidential candidate Ben Cummins following technical issues with the online voting system.
TCDSU election candidates are allowed to use TikTok this year for the first time.
Voter registration ends on Tuesday at 6pm, and voting will open that night.
Halls hustings took place at 6pm tonight and was run by the JCR.
Despite the drawbacks of an online TCDSU campaign period, benefits have emerged, as costs are down for the union and students are as engaged as ever.
Officer for Students with Disabilities for TCDSU Niamh Herbert writes that this year’s sabbatical candidates must take accessibility seriously in their campaigns and not just treat it as a buzzword.
Caddle was given a 90-minute ban from social media as a result of the strike.
The final hustings of the race is set to take place on Tuesday at 6pm, with voting opening on the same night.