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SU Welfare race – Ciara Johnson

Ciara Johnson, a final year Law student from Co. Sligo, is one of two candidates contesting this year’s election for the position of Welfare and Equality officer. Through her work with ‘See Change,’ ‘Please Talk’ and her position as Gender…

Running track location bailed for Ball

It has been confirmed by UCDSU President, search Rachel Breslin, viagra that the running track is an unlikely option for this years UCD Ball as it is “being used as a storage compound for the Science Facility so we don’t…

UCDSU Executive Minutes Released

The Students’ Union executive has published minutes of their meetings for the first time since the beginning of term. The executive has the responsibility of looking after the day-to-day operation of the Union and is composed of the sabbatical officers,…

Campaigns crew party takes shine from open meeting

A party organised by a member of the campaigns and communications crew is believed to be a contributing factor to the poor attendance at the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) organised public meeting, site which took place on Wednesday…

Third level education under intense reformation

Through a series of reports and communications from the Department of Education and Skills, viagra it has emerged that the department is aiming to reform the complex system of third level education in Ireland. The Minister for Education and Skills,…

Former UCD lecturer takes right to die action

A former UCD lecturer, Marie Fleming, is pursuing legal action against the state by challenging the laws around assisted suicide in Ireland. Fleming is taking the action along with her partner, Tom Curran. The case of Fleming V. Ireland is…

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UCDSU accused of unfair dismissal

A redundancy package has been given to the unfairly dismissed staff of the Copy-Print bureau, for sale which was closed last year during Pat De Brún’s presidency of UCD Students’ Union. In a Labour Court hearing on May 30th 2012,…