TCDSU Education Officer candidate Sé Ó hEidhin emphasises transparency, restructuring and inclusivity and advocates for bold changes to address the Union's systemic challenges.
Speaking to The University Times, TCDSU Education Officer candidate Eoghan Gilroy wants to use his personal and professional experience to ensure that students have the tools to enjoy their Trinity experience.
TCDSU Presidential Candidate, Ralph Balfe, reveals the motivations behind his campaign and elaborates on his ambitious manifesto pledges.
Seasoned activist Jenny Maguire seeks to transform the Students’ Union with a bold agenda focused on student welfare, workers’ rights and equal representation.
"We created this museum in the twenty-first century with all of these possibilities of approach coming alive for us", Simon O'Connor tells Eavan O'Keeffe.
College have chosen not to respond to whether they see it as appropriate to accept funding from CRH for the Professorship of Climate Science in the school of Natural Sciences
Alex Payne analyses the historic and institutional aspects of racism and their effect on counselling services in conversation with the founder of Black Therapists Ireland, Ejiro Ogbevoen, and Assistant Professor of Psychotherapy at DCU, Dr Ray O’Neill
How the male feminist undermines the very movement they claim to support
Ella Sexton explores the symptoms and causes of the winter-induced condition and suggests some daily activities to help relieve its effects
Following the overnight success of their campaign against street harassment, Esme Dunne and Grace O’Sullivan reflect on the beginnings of Empower Her* Voice, their journey so far and what is still to come for their platform.