Very Large First-Day Turnout in TCDSU Elections

After one day of voting, 1,693 students have voted in the TCDSU elections.
By Ciaran Molloy

Polling Times in St James’s Extended After Location Confusion

The polling station was moved to the student common room in St James's Hospital causing confusion among voters.
By Aisling Marren

College Proposals for Late Exam Sittings Are Unacceptable, Says IFUT

Chair of Trinity’s branch of IFUT, John Walsh, said that the proposals have raised serious concerns.
By Róisín Power

No Clear Result Likely in Supplemental Fees Preferendum

Option one and option four are the two most popular options.
By Aoife Kearins

Ryan Issued a Major Strike for TCDSU Elections Breach

The strike was issued for a message into a WhatsApp group that promised a group of first years a €300 bar tab in Diceys.
By Ciaran Molloy

Ryan Denies Promising a Bar Tab for Votes

In a statement on Facebook Seán Ryan said that it was a joke between friends in a WhatsApp group
By Matthew Murphy and Kathleen McNamee

Damien McClean to Run for USI

TCDSU Welfare Officer Damien McClean is set to run for Vice-President for Welfare in the Union of Students in Ireland.
By Jack Synnott

Campaign Calls for Re-Open Nominations in Presidential Race

The campaign aims to highlight the lack of diversity in the presidential election this year.
By Kathleen McNamee and Ciaran Molloy

D’Olier St Forced to Close Amid City-Wide Power Outage

Students in the School of Nursing and Midwifery were led out of lectures with torches due to the power cut.
By Kathleen McNamee

TCDSU President Race Too Close to Call

Shane De Rís and Sean Ryan are neck and neck for TCDSU President.
By Daniel O'Reilly and Róisín Power