As part of our ongoing initiative to improve communication with the student body of TU Dublin, we are delighted to share Student News with you. 

These articles are written by TU Dublin Students FOR TU Dublin Students. 

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  • Access Support Services  by Doireann Moroney
    This service represents students who are under 23 years of age, and who enter TU Dublin through one of the four Access entry routes; HEAR, Access TU Dublin, QQI Access TU Dublin, & Access Foundation Programme. Read More.
  • Sexual Abuse in the Digital Age by Doireann Moroney
    The attitude of lawmakers in Ireland around the handling of sexual abuse in the digital age has been heavily scrutinised, not just by survivors but also by the general public. Read more.

Election Special

  • TU Dublin Students’ Union Leadership Candidates Debate 2024 by Millie Reid and Jamie Ryan 
    The TU Dublin Students’ Union (SU) leadership debate took place on Friday, 15th March in Grá Bar in Smithfield. For the TU Dublin SU President, there were three candidates in the running. Read more.

  • TU Dublin Students’ Union vote to mandate a “Leave USI” campaign by Elio Bonelli
    TU Dublin Students’ Union’s Student Council members voted in favour of mandating the elected officers to run a 'Leave USI’ membership campaign at its recent meeting on the 13th of February 2024 in Aungier Street. Read More.

  • “There’s strength in Unity!” - USI and Part Time Officer Hustings Special by Elio Bonelli 
    Ahead of the upcoming referendum on USI membership, presidential candidates for Union of Students Ireland (USI), Chris Clifford and Eoin Crossen, made a combined appeal for a remain vote at the USI officer hustings at a special Student Council meeting in Grangegorman on the 13th of March 2024. Read More.

  • Do TU Dublin students have confidence in the current Irish Government? by Jason Quigley
    TU Dublin Students’ Union (TU Dublin SU) Student Council voted in favour to trigger a plebiscite during the November 16, meeting in Bolton Street. Read more.