Aoibhinn Ní Lochlainn elected Welfare Officer of TCDSU

Ní Lochlainn stormed ahead of her competition, winning on the first count with 60.3 per cent of votes.

Rowley Elected Ents Officer in TCDSU Elections

Rowley won on the fourth count with 50.6 per cent, with Caolán Maher coming in second place.
By Eleanor O'Mahony and Dominic McGrath

Dramatic Decrease in Voter Turnout for TCDSU Elections, Compared to Last Year

The TCDSU elections have seen an 18 per cent decrease in voter turnout compared to last year, with only 3,894 votes cast.
By Dominic McGrath

Baker Elected Editor of The University Times

Baker is the second independently-elected editor of The University Times, and ran on a platform of accessibility and improving the skills of current staff.
By Eleanor O'Mahony and Niamh Egleston

Glen Byrne Elected Communications and Marketing Officer of TCDSU

Byrne won on the first count with 54.2 per cent of the vote in a tight race with Emmet Broaders.
By Sinead Loftus and Dominic McGrath

Parochial Politics and Influence of Gender Quotas, as Trinity Academics Analyse Election

The discussion, which took place last night, also saw discussions on the "fiscal space" and the possibility of a universal health system being established in Ireland.
By Christopher McMahon

Blackstone Launchpad Programme Launched in Trinity

The programme, which will connect Trinity students to a global network of universities, hopes to encourage and support students to become more entrepreneurial.
By Dominic McGrath

College to Consider Leasing Binary Hub for Student Accommodation

Building, located in the Liberties, could be leased by College for Trinity students.
By Eleanor O'Mahony

Trinity Researchers Make Breakthrough in Treatment of Tuberculosis

The team, from Trinity and St James's Hospital, have discovered for the first time how exactly our immune system responds to the disease, leading to hopes of more effective treatment.
By Róisín Power

Student Nurses Still Below Minimum Wage Despite Christmas Agreement

An agreement reached by unions, the HSE, and the Department of Health promised that student nurses would be paid at or above minimum wage.
By Emer Gerrard