Elections 2022


Disjointed Equality Hustings Leave Little Room for Detailed Rhetoric

Candidates were quizzed on how they will work for and with students from underrepresented backgrounds.

Exacting Questions at JCR Hustings Make Some Candidates – and Break Others

At a combined JCR and media hustings, candidates faced very specific queries which left some reeling.

Presidential Candidate Kelly Given Minor Strike

Kelly will be prohibited from campaigning for an hour tomorrow morning.
By Emer Moreau

Amicable Dining Hall Hustings See Candidates Ponder Accessibility and Safety

The 10 candidates stuck largely to their manifesto points, paving the way for a by-the-books election season.

10 to Run in TCDSU Elections, with Two Presidential Candidates

The campaign begins on February 21st, with voting taking place from March 1st to 3rd.
By Maitiú Charleton and Ailbhe Noonan

Presidential Candidates Pitch Their Experience in TCDSU and Beyond

R. Kelly and Gabi Fullam both have CVs filled with union roles and various other College extracurriculars.
By Faye Curran and Charlie Moody-Stuart

Maguire Returns to Pitch Accountability and Openness

The paper's current Deputy Editor is running for the top job again on a platform of professionalism, inclusion and transparency.
By Seán Cahill

Ailbhe Noonan Plans to Embrace the Unknown as Editor

The paper's Deputy Radius Editor says she doesn't shy away from her lack of experience
By Naoise D'Arcy

University Times Editor Bye Election to Take Place from April 4th to 7th

Nominations will close at 9am on Monday, March 21st
By Emer Moreau

For Some, Election Campaigning is Everything. For Most, it’s ‘What Elections?’

Next year's sabbatical officers were last week elected by the majority of voters. But with meagre turnout, can they really say they were backed by the majority of students, asks Sophie Coffey.
By Sophie Coffey