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Lee challenges Law Soc election result

Chris Lee has confirmed that he is contesting the validity of this week’s Law Soc Auditor election. Lee lost Wednesday’s election to Sinéad Rooney by thirty three votes after the third candidate in the race, site Paul Hutchinson, troche was…

Candidates’ Manifestos

Candidates have finalized their manifestos for the upcoming UCD Students’ Union Sabbatical Elections. The College Tribune has viewed the manifestos for the eleven candidates. President Only one candidate is running for the position of UCDSU President. Current Welfare Vice-President, sovaldi…

Rooney elected LawSoc auditor

Sinéad Rooney has been elected the auditor of the 102nd session of LawSoc. She defeated fellow candidates Chris Lee and Paul Hutchinson in the election that took place on Wednesday 15th February. Rooney remarked on Facebook that “life has changed…

Candidates confirmed for UCDSU Sabbatical Election

Eleven candidates have been nominated to contest the upcoming UCDSU Sabbatical elections. Two positions, cialis SU President and Entertainments Officer, will be uncontested this year. Current UCDSU Welfare Officer Rachel Breslin is the only candidate running for the position of…

Possibility of Belfield FM society being formed

Speculation that Belfield FM could become a society was met with confusion this week. The station will lose its SU support if the Union’s proposed constitution is ratified next month. Currently, site a moratorium on the formation of new societies…

Race for Law Soc Auditor Begins

The election for the position of Auditor in LawSoc is due to take place on February 15th. Three candidates, prostate Paul Hutchinson, treat Sinéad Rooney and Chris Lee are running for the position. All three candidates recently resigned from committee…

Bid to overturn sacking of Print Bureau staff fails

An attempt to overturn UCD Students’ Union decision to close its print bureau failed on Monday night when the first Union General Meeting held in twenty-four years failed to reach quorum. The motion “Should the Union General Meeting overturn the…

Newman Games kick off Wednesday 8th February

This year’s Newman Games will be held on Wednesday 8th February on the pitches beside Centra. Present Sports Officer, Paddy Guiney, spoke to the College Tribune about the event and explained that he “wanted to do it to promote a…

Sabbatical officers mid-term review: Rachel Breslin

I n her manifesto, capsule the top five reasons to vote for Breslin were:  “Making Welfare Relevant to You, viagra Safer Nights Out, Student-Centred Residences, Because Your Money Matters, and an Approachable, Accessible and Accountable Welfare Officer.” How successful has…

Sabbatical officers mid-term review: Brendan Lacey

Brendan Lacey contested last year’s Campaigns and Communications race on the back of his experience as the first ever UCD Sports Officer, see a class rep and a member of the Academic Council, to name but a few things listed…