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Trinity Joins Colleges in €80k Online System for Reporting Sexual Assault

Nine colleges have signed up to a new project that will allow students to anonymously report experiences of sexual assault
By Danielle Varley
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‘We’re Not Businesses’: UCD Students Protest Student Rent Increases

Joanna Siewierska, the president of UCDSU, expressed 'solidarity' with Trinity students and other students facing rent increases.
By Emer Moreau
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Presidential Candidate Williams Promises Referendum on USI Membership

Harry Williams, who is contesting the union's presidential race, will campaign to take TCDSU out of the Union of Students in Ireland.
By Emer Moreau
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TCDSU Candidates Kick Off Campaigns, After Delayed Manifesto Arrivals

Candidates who travelled to Halls last night had to do so without their manifestos, which only arrived this morning.
By Donal MacNamee
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Trinity Seanad Candidate Hugo MacNeill Quits Goldman Sachs

The Irish Times has reported that there is no plan for the former rugby player to resume his role, even if he's not elected.
By Emer Moreau
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Sinn Féin’s Eoin Ó Broin Hits Out at University Rent Increases

Sinn Féin's housing spokesperson said rent increases in several Irish universities 'are not recognising the spirit of the law'.
By Donal MacNamee
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Green Politician Saoirse McHugh to Launch Green Week

McHugh, well known for her advocacy on climate issues, will launch the week at 1pm on the Dining Hall steps.
By Sárán Fogarty
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Tinie Tempah to Headline Trinity Ball

The lineup was leaked on Facebook this afternoon by Dublin rapper Rejjie Snow, hours before the official announcement was due to take place.
By Donal MacNamee
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DUCAC Refuses to Release Minutes of Past Meetings, Despite Requests

Access to minutes has long been a bone of contention within DUCAC – a body frequently accused of a lack of transparency.
By Fiachra Gallagher
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10 Candidates to Run for Trinity Seanad Panel

Incumbents Lynn Ruane, Ivana Bacik and David Norris will all run again, while Joseph O'Gorman will contest a seat for the first time.
By Donal MacNamee