November 12th, 2016 is bright and cold. Tourists take photos while students wander across Front Square to the library...
A proposal to create a student partnership agreement, spearheaded by the Education Officer of Trinity College Dublin...
The Arts Building, completed in 1978, is by far the most contested building in Trinity and widely considered by many to...
University Council has approved the structure for a new dual award programme with New York’s Columbia University, with...
Schols is unpleasant. Though this is something of an uninteresting truism to anyone strolling through the Arts Block,...
I lied: I said of course I had been to Trinity’s Douglas Hyde Gallery before. To tell the truth, this was my first...
The term “core training” is one that has gained widespread attention in recent years. It is used to describe many...
As 2016 finishes, we at The University Times can look back at a year that has seen significant changes and challenges...
An exciting year lies ahead for Trinity GAA’s men’s hurlers and footballers, with possible silverware in both camps...
The Alcohol (Public Health) Bill is an illogical attempt to deal with an alcohol problem largely based on outdated...