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Jonah Craig Elected Ents Officer in TCDSU Elections

Craig, who ran on a platform of inclusivity and more diverse and frequent events, won on the first count with 84.9 per cent of the vote.
By Jake O'Donnell
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Dominic McGrath Elected Editor of The University Times

McGrath is the third independently elected editor of The University Times after receiving 86.8 per cent of the vote.
By Brónagh Kennedy
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20% Decrease in Voter Turnout for TCDSU Elections

There has been a 38 per cent drop in the number of students voting in the TCDSU elections since 2014.
By Róisín Power
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62% of Fellows Vote in Favour of New Academic Year Structure, Including Christmas Exams

These changes to the academic year structure are part of the Trinity Education Project, and will now go to the Visitors for approval.
By Sinéad Baker
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Following Ballot Shortage, Voting in TCDSU Elections Extended by One Hour

Due to the printers not sending the full order of ballots, voting has been extended to 5pm.
By Anna Moran and Róisín Power
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Delay to Plans to Replace TSM Programme and Introduce New Subject Combinations

Plans to replace TSM as it currently stands with new combinations have been delayed until at least 2019, after 'the wheels kept getting stuck in the mud'.
By Sinéad Baker
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After Event with Israeli Ambassador Cancelled, Trinity Criticises “Unacceptable Attack on Free Speech”

The cancellation of the Israeli Ambassador’s Visit to Trinity due to protests has been criticised by Provost Patrick Prendergast in a statement from the College.
By Róisín Power
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Trinity Physicist Awarded €1.46m by Science Foundation Ireland

The award will see Prof John Donegan continue his research in the energy efficiency of the ever expanding internet.
By Isla Hoe
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Trinity Receives €2.4m Funding from Science Foundation Ireland for Equipment Upgrades

Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) has awarded Trinity €2.4 million in funding to support the purchase of science, medicine, computing and engineering equipment.
By John Conway

Strong Leads in Contested Races of President and Welfare

The University Times election poll predicts a dramatic lead for Keane and Grady, with no fear of RON for uncontested candidates.
By Darragh Finn and Anna Moran