Delay to Plans to Replace TSM Programme and Introduce New Subject Combinations

Plans to replace TSM as it currently stands with new combinations have been delayed until at least 2019, after 'the wheels kept getting stuck in the mud'.
By Sinéad Baker

After Event with Israeli Ambassador Cancelled, Trinity Criticises “Unacceptable Attack on Free Speech”

The cancellation of the Israeli Ambassador’s Visit to Trinity due to protests has been criticised by Provost Patrick Prendergast in a statement from the College.
By Róisín Power

Trinity Physicist Awarded €1.46m by Science Foundation Ireland

The award will see Prof John Donegan continue his research in the energy efficiency of the ever expanding internet.
By Isla Hoe

Trinity Receives €2.4m Funding from Science Foundation Ireland for Equipment Upgrades

Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) has awarded Trinity €2.4 million in funding to support the purchase of science, medicine, computing and engineering equipment.
By John Conway

Strong Leads in Contested Races of President and Welfare

The University Times election poll predicts a dramatic lead for Keane and Grady, with no fear of RON for uncontested candidates.
By Darragh Finn and Anna Moran

Harty and Keane in Breach of Election Rules, with Keane Issued Second Minor Strike

A supportive statement about the candidates was posted by SUAS’s Facebook page, with candidates that receive more than two minor strikes at risk of being struck of the ballot.
By John Conway and Sinéad Baker

McNulty No Longer to Run for USI

The current president of TCDSU had announced his candidacy for the position of Vice Vice-President for Campaigns in (USI).
By Sinéad Baker

Four Candidates in Breach of Election Rules, with Keane and Mallon Issued Strikes

Keane received a minor strike for lack of awareness of rules, with Mallon receiving a major strike for online comments .
By Anna Moran and Sinéad Baker

After Breaking Campaign Rules, Keane, Mallon and Craig Banned from Campus Campaigning for One Hour

Prescribed punishments will inconvenience candidates, but will not count as part of the union's three-strike system.
By Anna Moran

Online Trinity Ball Tickets Sell Out in Under an Hour and a Half

With tickets still available in House Six, this year is on track to break the all-time record of just over four hours.
By Sinéad Baker