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TCDSU to Review Constitution Over the Course of the Year Ahead

The union will consult with students to update the seven-year-old document.
By Ivan Rakhmanin

As Threat of Cyber Attacks Increase, Trinity to Spend €300,000 on Upgrade to IT System

Last year, a cyber attack saw Trinity Foundation lose close €1 million in April.
By Kathleen McNamee

Trinity Researchers Unlock Secret to How Cancer-Killing Cells are Activated

The scientists have discovered how these cells are fuelled and what blocks their defences.
By Jack Schofield

Declan Ganley Financially Backs New Conservative Student Publication

The Burkean Journal, which has vowed to fight the ‘degeneracy’ in the western world, will launch on Thursday.
By Eleanor O'Mahony

USI Promises Postgraduates Vote on New Officer in 2018

The commitment comes after renewed frustrations about the lack of postgraduate representation in the union.
By Kathleen McNamee

Offbeat Donuts Roll into House Six

The addition of Offbeat comes after the union's shop recorded a €6,500 deficit last year.
By Kathleen McNamee

Trinity Graduate and Celebrated Author JP Donleavy Dies

The author, best known for his comedic masterpiece, 'The Ginger Man', has passed away.
By Eleanor O'Mahony

For Second Time in a Year, Former Vice-President Joe Biden Visits Trinity

Biden arrived in Trinity today with little security or fanfare, with Vice-Provost Chris Morash taking him on a tour of campus.
By Dillon Hennessy

TCDSU Condemns €9,000-a-Year Dublin Accommodation Complex

College sent out an email this morning promoting Kavanagh Court as an option for students.
By Eleanor O'Mahony

Scaling New Heights, Chloë Grace Moretz Returns to Film in Trinity on Thursday

The actor and her co-star, Maika Monroe, are set to return to Trinity’s climbing wall this Thursday to film ahead of their upcoming movie.
By Dillon Hennessy