The student-led initiative also featured music from Trad Soc and formed part of the nationwide Proclamation Day celebrations.
With 31 candidates for the JCR’s eight elected positions, candidates made succinct speeches across a wide range of topic areas.
Aoife O'Donoghue profiles the two candidates, Felix Gather and Sara Ní Lochlainn, running to be President of the JCR next year.
Over 1,000 have signed the petition calling on Trinity to divest from €6 million in oil assets, with an open letter to be presented to the College Board.
A loan-scheme package is now just one of three “credible and feasible” options alongside free fees and dramatic increase in exchequer funding.
Maynooth Pride Society's event saw 71 delegates from nine Irish colleges discuss gender-identity and related issues.
Almost three-quarters of voters opposed re-affiliation with the national union.
Both are distinguished academics and have long associations with Trinity.
This year also saw a two per cent increase in the number of students putting Trinity as their first preference overall.
Zoo Soc has told its members that they are “a neutral body facilitating this talk for the purpose of academic discussion and debate.”