TCDSU's voting system – Single Transferable Vote (STV) system – is more unique than you might think.
Politicians have always used storytelling as a tool to win voters, and TCDSU elections are no different.
With many postgraduate students only passing through for a year, they often have a very different role in election season to undergraduates.
You might think you know the key players involved in the TCDSU elections, but the average student is unlikely to know of the key people behind the scenes.
Printing House Square, aside from housing 250 students, will be the home of the Health Centre and the Disability Service.
Prof Mark Cunningham is using neurophysiology to shed light on a poorly understood disease.
The recently appointed head of astronomy and astrophysics at DIAS, Peter Gallagher, is keen to focus on scientific outreach during his tenure.
For the fourth-ever year, The University Times surpassed one million unique readers in a year, with stories from Take Back Trinity to trees collapsing.
With Nicaragua in a state of civic unrest, students around the country have been protesting against President Daniel Ortega's authoritarian regime.
The electives will connect students with the groundbreaking research going on across College.