Pav Starts Serving Breakfast, with 70 Customers Last Friday

Customers can get a full breakfast for just €5 after 7.30am.
By Ciaran Sunderland

USI Lobby Minister for Education on Manifesto Asks

USI lobbied Minister O'Sullivan to include key features of their recently-launched manifesto in the Labour Party manifesto.
By Jack Hartnett

After Failure of Existing Programme, Trinity Launches New Preparation Scheme for Non-EU Students

The new course will be delivered by Marino Institute of Education, developed in consultation with Trinity lecturers.
By Niamh Egleston

Proposed Amendments of College Statutes to Change Definition of “Student” Following High Court Case

New statutes set out to define the differences between current and past students of the College.
By Fergus O’Rourke

Higher Education Funding, Access and Broken Labour Party Promise Front and Centre at USI Hustings

Hustings held by the Union of Students in Ireland featured representatives from all major parties.
By Eleanor O'Mahony and Dominic McGrath

With Revision of College Statutes, College Takes Opportunity to Clarify Scholarship

Scholars could now be elected year round under certain circumstances, while Trinity Hall is defined as accommodation "in College".
By Emer Gerrard

Emergency Measures Introduced to Fix Over 600 Unresolved Student Cases, But No Long-Term Fix

As of January 22nd, 535 student cases had been resolved out of 600 cases left outstanding before Christmas, but there are fears that there is no long-term solution.
By John Conway

First Three Acts of Trinity Ball 2016 Revealed

All Tvvins, Horse Meat Disco and Blonde are the first three acts of Trinity Ball.
By Daniel O'Brien

Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain Criticises Trinity’s Muslim Student Association

The council's spokesperson, Maryam Namazie, was involved in controversy surrounding a visit to SOFIA last year.
By Aoife O’Donoghue and Emer Gerrard

“Mandatory” Consent Workshops to be Introduced for Trinity Hall Residents from Next Year

A motion passed at TCDSU council this evening mandates the union to hold workshops in Trinity Hall, and to extend these to all incoming students in future years.
By Sinéad Baker