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Welfare Race : Mícheál Gallagher

Mícheál Gallagher’s ideas and manifesto are laid out by Sinéad Williams Experience is the reason that Micheál Gallagher feels he is the right person for the position of Welfare officer. The Social Science student has been involved in the Welfare…

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All power to the president

 Pierce Farrell explains why students should vote no in the upcoming constitutional referendum A close examination of the proposed SU Constitution reveals that a great deal of power will be transferred from the Union membership to the Union President, store who…

Why You Should Vote Yes on the new UCDSU constitution

Who are these Sabbat lads? What does the Student Union do? Is that the thing your man, prostate the class rep from a completely different class, is on about? Oh wait, aren’t they the boys who are a million in…

Sabbatical officer mid-term review: Pat de Brún

P at de Brún was elected President of the Student Union in March 2011, buy a role making him the chief representative of all UCD students. A weighty title and a major responsibility, help de Brún brought with him all…

Sabbatical officers mid-term review: Stephen Darcy

Stephen Darcy’s manifesto contains many good ideas and promises of great events. Unfortunately, capsule most are still in the planning phase. There have been some successes in getting bands to UCD (and some hitches along the way). Several of his…

Sabbatical officer mid-term review: Sam Geoghegan

Geoghegan ran unopposed last March as the only candidate for the position of Education Officer, citing previous experience in areas such as 2nd and 3rd year Economics Class Rep and UCDSU Council Vice-Secretary. Throughout his campaign he made many promises…

Student Elections – A Guide

      With his tongue firmly placed in his cheek Donie O’Sullivan takes a look at what we can expect in the upcoming Students’ Union election   It’s that time of year again, election season in UCD. A time…

US Presidential Election

Bickering, seek competition and flames of controversy are engulfing the Republican presidency nomination process at the moment. Members of the same party are fighting hard to race against Barack Obama for the presidency of the United States, viagra in the…

SOPA, PIPA and ACTA

The Stop Online Piracy Act, which many websites protested against on Wednesday the 18th of January, will – apart from attacking freedom of speech – fail to stop online piracy and will have serious economic consequences not just for the…

Having a sweet time in Sweden

“Stockholm has a vibrant nightlife which is a highlight of any visit” “Eating out in Sweden can be expensive, but if you shop around, you will be heavily rewarded.” The Scandinavian nations are characterised by breathtaking landscape, diverse population and…