Historically, TCDSU has not shied away from taking harsh stances on divisive political matters.
The union has a long tradition of being at the forefront of national – and even international – campaigns.
From visa requirements to PPS numbers, non-EU students face additional barriers to running for TCDSU sabbatical office.
The three-time master's student has championed causes such as the Science Gallery and birds nesting in Trinity's museum building, in addition to her work as GSU president.
The barrister is adamant that education is the key to many of the country's problems.
The former MEP is frustrated with the lack of reform of the Upper House, which was promised when the electorate voted not to abolish it in 2013.
The PhD student and satirist is running an irreverent campaign, but he does have some nuanced opinions on health and housing.
The businessman is the founder of Tiglin, a charity which runs a network of centres for people living with addiction or poverty.
The Dublin councillor is adamant that Ireland's health and education systems must break free of their conservative, Catholic origins to line up with the modern country's values.
The psychotherapist contested the 2020 general election for the Green Party.