Students Join Younger Counterparts in March for Climate Change Action

The march coincided with protests in over 100 countries, as young people demand climate action.
By Eleanor O'Mahony

Trinity to Introduce Elective on Middle Eastern Culture

The elective will delve into the perceptions students have of the Middle East and North Africa and the historical foundations of these perceptions.
By Ciaran Molloy

Zara Finn Elected JCR President

Finn will lead a JCR with a majority of women officers.
By Rachel O'Leary and Robert Quinn

Trinity FLAC Wins Best Overall Society at CSC Awards

DU Players won best large society, while Trinity Musical Theatre won best medium society.
By Molly Furey and Caitriona Paget

Hist Launches Celebrations for 250th Anniversary

The celebrations will include a written history of the Hist, penned by former Senior Lecturer Prof Patrick Geoghegan.
By Ella Connolly

Commercial Services TCDSU’s Most Used, Survey Finds

The results of the survey will inform the union's next strategic plan.
By Orla Murnaghan

TCDSU to Re-Introduce Off-Campus Officer

Students voted at council this evening to re-introduce an off-campus officer, amid concerns over engagement with off-campus students.
By Orla Murnaghan

TCDSU Votes for Anti-Apartheid Week to Highlight Palestinian Issues

Students voted at council this evening for a motion to run a week highlighting issues facing Palestinian people.
By Cormac Watson and Aisling Marren

TCDSU to Compile Gender Equality Data on Future Candidates

A motion passed at TCDSU council this evening aims to ensure gender equality among candidates for the union's sabbatical positions.
By Cormac Watson

New Law School Likely to be Built Within Five Years, Say Officials

Plans for the new building are expected to be completed within the next few months.
By Donal MacNamee