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Run for Election – By Brian Jordan

People always ask the same question. Why did you run for election? Short answer – because I knew I could do it. But I didn’t always think...

Tales of a past Full-Time Officer – Rebecca Gorman

Experience   President 2020/21  Deputy President 2019/20  VP for Education 2018/19 Currently:  Advocacy Officer (Children, Adolescents and Young Adults) at the Irish Cancer Society - I...

Tales of a Past Full-Time Officer – Luke Daly

How did you become an SU Officer? What made you run?  A ton of different things made me run in the end for the student...

Tales of a Past Full-Time Officer – Lesley Barrett

My name is Lesley Barrett. I am the court support officer with Saoirse Domestic Violence Services. A very serious position supporting people living in...

Tales of a Past Full-Time Officer – Pierre Yimbog

My name is Pierre Yimbog, and I’m lucky to say that I’m the first TU Dublin Student’s Union President. I’ll explain how I got...

A Guide to Reliable and Accessible Climate Resources

Finding out more about climate change is important, but it can be intimidating as there are so many different resources available. To simplify your...

Choosing a Climate Friendly Career

Choosing a career is one of the biggest and most influential decisions we make in our lives. It seems really important to find the...

96.2% Students Vote Yes In TU Dublin Students’ Union Referendum

Friday, 25th November 2022 was a joyous day for the Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) Students’ Union as Referendum passes with 96.2% yes-votes. The...

Referendum 2022 – Vote Yes

Yes. It’s one word, with a whole lot of power. ‘Yes’ can mean many things. It can be what makes you go on a night...

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TU Dublin SU to support USI Walkout protesting cost-of-living The Union for Students in Ireland, USI, has planned a walkout on October 13th to...

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Mental Health in the Age of Social Media: A Guide for TU Dublin Students

  In the digital age, social media has become an integral part of our daily lives. Platforms like Instagram, Twitter (I refuse to call it...
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Mental Health Challenges at TU Dublin: Navigating Academia and Adulthood

  Embarking on an undergraduate journey at TU Dublin is both an exciting and transformative period for many students. As we dive deep into our...
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Israeli-Palestinian ‘Conflict’ Policy unanimously passed by TU Dublin Students’ Union Student Council. 

  Israeli-Palestinian ‘Conflict’ Policy unanimously passed by TU Dublin Students’ Union Student Council.   At the first Student Council of the academic year, Thursday 26th October 2023,...