A week on from International Women’s Day, questions of women’s rights are at the forefront of college discussion and DU...
It might be a platitude, but it seems the wheel always comes full circle. The work of Neil Barnes, the remaining half...
Last night Trinity’s Visual Arts Society (Vis Arts) hosted an evening with Alice Maher, in conversation with Catherine...
Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) today voted to remain in the Union of Students in Ireland (USI), with 91 per cent...
David Ola was elected President of the JCR this evening, with 50.5 per cent of the vote. Con Bartels was elected Vice-...
DU Dance, Trinity’s dance society, has swept up at Intervarsities, taking home first place for jazz and contemporary,...
Describing Dublin as “inherently literary” seems quite the label to slap onto a place, with the implication that there...
Monday night saw faculty members and students come together in an open event dedicated to Trinity women in science. The...
Before Christmas last year, it was revealed that there would be no more permanent contracts issued for new staff and...
Fifty-five per cent of voters in Trinity have today chosen to support neutrality over Irish unity, making it the first...