Tom Clonan, independent candidate for the Seanad, describes his experience with Ireland’s disability services, and advocates for more efforts from the government.
The “successes” of last year’s Women in Leadership campaign failed to carry over to this year, because a long-term problem can’t be solved with a short-term solution.
The “mandatory” Trinity Hall workshops bring us closer to a widespread understanding of consent, but we need a long-term solution to the college-wide problem.
Trinity's low dropout rates are emblematic of good quality mental health support services, and the rest of the country should take note.
Sarah Scales argues that LGBT hustings has become a forum for meanness, jeopardising students’ perceptions of the LGBT community as a whole.
Professor Patrick Geoghegan, project sponsor of the Trinity Admissions Feasibility Study, defends the need for alternative measures of potential.
In interviews with The University Times, candidates highlight issues such as exclusion, alcohol culture, and the infamous Trinity Ball.
Senator Gerard Craughwell argues that students have proved that a single vote makes a difference and must maintain this momentum for general election 2016.
In interviews with The University Times, candidates consider the importance of a solid base for advertising, increasing visibility, and creating feedback channels.
In interviews with The University Times, candidates discuss the importance of supporting students, and why campaigns on accommodation and sexuality must continue.