Documents from last year obtained by Irish Student Left Online show that Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) President Eoin Hand, alongside the Education Officer Megan O’Connor and the Communications Officer Philly Holmes attempted to suppress an agenda item brought to 4th Council which was due to take place the 9th of February 2021.
Figures obtained by Irish Student Left Online reveal that Trinity College Dublin’s Student Union (TCDSU) has spent 122,055 € on their annual “Class Rep Training” from 2015 until 2019, when due to Covid-19 the event was moved online and incurred little to no costs.
Dear College, dear Friends, I am writing this open letter due to a situation that has panned out during my stay in Trinity Business School as a Masters in Finance batch of 2020-2021. I am aware that it is long, but I request you all to fully read it. I am going to explain my…
According to documents from College Board’s meeting on the 19th of May 2021, two possible locations to temporarily house the Book of Kells interim exhibition were approved Library Square and New Square.
However, between June and August of 2021, the Bursar, Chief Operating Officer of the Corporate Service Division and Estates & Facilities of Trinity College Dublin engaged with Dublin City Council (DCC), who allegedly deemed these two locations unsuitable, and proposed the location of College Park instead. To date, no paperwork or correspondence surrounding this decision has been made available for scrutiny.