The national union's council this evening voted to support the boycott of the company, which operates catering outlets in universities around Ireland.
DCU is 'reviewing its relationships' with Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University, after the murder of Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi embassy.
DCUSU Vice-President for Welfare and Equality Aisling Fagan said compulsory consent classes will not be introduced in DCU this year.
Trinity ranked 120, up from 131, in the world for employability in the recent Times Higher Education rankings.
Students voted on which sustainable products they would like to see sold in on-campus shops.
Created by two Trinity graduates, WaytoB is an app that allows users with intellectual disabilities to navigate independently using their smartphones.
In Provost Patrick Prendergast’s annual review, he praised the student-led campaign.
DUGES Chair Clara Tatlow-Devally said the society was joining the protests 'for the woman who was debased in the Irish courts'.
The school is also hiring a chair of strategic development, amid the ongoing construction of its new €80 million building on Pearse St.
USI launched a national mental health campaign focusing on the issues of sleep hygiene, exam stress and alcohol consumption among students.