Students to Get Trinity Ball Refunds by April 16th, Says Organising Committee

The Trinity Ball Committee told ticket-holders they'll get refunds in the coming weeks.
By Ella Connolly

GSU President Could Lose Union Forum Vote, in Proposed Constitutional Change

Students will vote on a change to TCDSU'S constitution that could strip the GSU president of a vote on an important union body.
By Cormac Watson

Trinity Taking No-Detriment Calls ‘Very Seriously’, Vice-Provost Tells Campaigners

Jurgen Barkhoff responded to students who participated in a ‘bombardment campaign’, with an email that greeted them by name.
By Donal MacNamee

TCDSU to Create Irish Language Policy

TCDSU's council voted in favour of a motion that will allow the union to 'justly serve our members who speak Irish as their first language'.
By Emer Moreau

Students to Vote on Wording Changes to TCDSU Constitution

TCDSU council voted to run a referendum on wording changes to the union's constitution, designed to give the document a 'clean up'.
By Sárán Fogarty

Second-Level Students’ Union Urges ‘No Detriment’ Policy in Leaving Cert

A survey this week saw 49 per cent of leaving certificate students arguing they'd rather use completed coursework to determine their final grades.
By Aoife Kearins

With Email Bombardment, Students Step Up ‘No Detriment’ Campaign

Students are emailing College demanding that those with a passing grade will not have their mark brought down by summer assessments.
By Orla Murnaghan

TCDSU Council Elects Nine Remaining Part-Time Officers in Contested Races

The union had already elected 16 students in uncontested races for part-time roles.
By Jordan Nann

Provost to Meet Residents Tomorrow, in Online Meeting

Those who have remained on campus after Trinity's closure can talk to Prendergast in a Zoom call tomorrow evening.
By Sárán Fogarty

Trinity Academics Honoured at Research Excellence Awards

The awards were set up after the launch of College's Research Charter in 2019.
By Danielle Varley