Exam time in Trinity is fraught with “What if?” questions. What if I’m ill the day of an exam? What if I miss an exam? What if I forget my student card? Perhaps the biggest ‘What if?’ of all, however, is attached to the question, what if I fail?
After many months of consultation and preparation the TCDSU 3 Year Strategic Plan was passed by SU Council and the Unions first ever Board of Trustees was elected.
If you haven’t applied yet it’s still possible for a limited time through www.j1.ie. The processing time takes approx 5-6 weeks and involves an appointment at the US embassy in Ballsbridge, Dublin. SAYIT will guide you each step of the way to make it as easy as possible.
We have two referendums coming up on May 22nd - the Presidential Age referendum and, of course, the Marriage Equality referendum. By now, we should all be registered to vote - but how do you know where to go to actually vote?
On Tuesday, March 31st 2015 TCDSU passed a motion to officially adopt a proposed drug policy for the Union. The Policy comes based on the results of a recent college wide survey that looked at drug usage amongst the student population of Trinity.
This year, potential part-time officers were asked to submit manifestos to expand their ideas, experience and views on the roles they hope to take up. Class reps will vote on part-time officer positions at Council on Tuesday, from 6.30pm in the Stanley Quek Theatre in the TBSI.
So, you want to run for a position in the upcoming Union Forum elections? Below, you can find short paragraphs on each of the positions written by this year's officers, on what they do, the responsibilities of the job, and the criteria, if any, of running for the position.
It’s not a funny coincidence that I should start writing a blog on welfare the week after a new Welfare Officer has been elected. As I’m writing this I’m staring at my manifesto taped onto the wall in front of my desk and am thinking back to the campaigning period last year.