The Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union and the Postgraduate Workers' Organisation have staged a protest at the Long Room entrance in opposition to College's decision to increase the price of student accommodation by the maximum legal limit.
On Friday, 13 Irish students presented their social innovation projects to win seed funding at the STAND Ideas Collective Showcase.
Trinity professors are among the 650 academics calling for meat-free menus on campus as part of a systemic approach to climate change and animal rights activism.
At its first AGM, the TCD Postgraduate Workers’ Organisation elected Jeffrey Seathrún Sardina as President and approved his proposed constitution.
The Union of Students in Ireland has said that increasing the number of third-level places without extra accommodation and services is a "populist" and "futile" move by Government.
CAO points for courses at Trinity fell by an average of 12 points.
The Night-Time Economy Youth Initiative includes a funding package designed to support nighttime events across the country
The students’ unions of both universities have collaborated to urge homeowners with spare rooms to rent to students in need of housing.
The submission highlighted the struggles students face in accessing affordable and secure housing within the private rental sector, emphasising the urgent need for comprehensive governmental reforms.
The motion, proposed by TCDSU, mandates the USI to commission a report into the running of USI elections and to explore the possibility of direct elections.