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Welfare: Melissa Plunkett

Melissa Plunkett, a third year Midwifery student, is one of three candidates running for Welfare Officer. The UCDSU Mature Student Campaign Co-ordinator, who is also the ‘unofficial class rep’ in Midwifery, is using her 15 years of welfare experience and…

Welfare Officer – John Kerr ‘The Mental Health Candidate’

John Kerr is a final year Psychology student and current auditor of PsychSoc. He believes that he can bring a level of wisdom and training to the role of Welfare Officer. In his role as PsychSoc auditor, he gained the…

“Rodeo Penis” Amongst Events Planned For SHAG Week

UCDSU Welfare Officer Eoghan Mac Domhaill has announced the timetable of events for Sexual Health and Guidance (SHAG) week which is set to take place from next Monday 29th Jan. Mac Domhaill made the announcement using Facebook Live which will…

NiteLine Services Return to UCD

UCD students are now able to avail of NiteLine services again. The service which UCD students had not been able to access for several years has agreed a service level agreement with UCD Student Services. Students can avail of the…

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Book Fund Launched for Students in Financial Difficulty

UCD Students’ Union (UCDSU) has launched a Book Fund to help cover the costs of books for students in financial difficulty. The Fund is part of a partnership between UCDSU and the Campus Bookstore. The system allows for four levels…

SU Election count :: Live Blog

Today we are doing a live blog from UCDSU count centre with every election result for the student union elections 2013. Stay here for regular updates. Click Here to Refresh Live Blog We’re updating the information below as soon as…

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…

SU Welfare race – Cian Dowling.

Third year engineering student Cian Dowling is running for the position of Welfare and Equality officer of the Students’ Union. A Dublin native, ed Dowling states that his own use of welfare and his own personal experiences that will help…