Trinity News editorial on the publication on April 1st of an article by The College Tribune entitled ‘Trinity News falls foul of Quinn’.
A delegate from Queen’s University, Belfast, to the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) National Congress has been barred from further participation in the Congress after voting against the union’s position on the issue of abortion.
Ian Curran News Editor The University Times, the newspaper of the Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union, was forced to retract two of its articles, print an apology and a reply, and pay legal costs, after being threatened with legal action. The newspaper was accused of defaming Mr David Quinn, a founding member [...]
In the first of a three-part series, Rónán Burtenshaw talks to Brigid Quilligan of the Irish Traveller Movement and examines the plight of one of the most marginalised cultural and ethnic groups in Irish society.
Ents Officer promises students to be “blown away” by line-up as The Vaccines and Bastille are announced to play at Trinity Ball 2013.
The retribution for our profligate use of antimicrobial drugs, warns Conor O’Donovan, could send us back in time. Raising awareness of this is not a scare tactic but a strategy to safeguard what we have, while governments must increase investment to discover new drugs.
James Hussey sits down with former Scotland and Edinburgh flanker Alan MacDonald to talk about his time in professional rugby, his high hopes for DUFC and his reasons for swapping the scrum-cap for the scalpel.
With a march against austerity planned by the Dublin Council of Trade Unions this weekend Michael Taft, research officer at Unite trade union, discusses the alternative to the next round of cuts and tax increases.
Trinity News’ editorial for issue 59.5 in which we assess the impact of the CSC – Duges dispute on student politics in college, particularly as they pertain to the abortion issue, and conclude that it is important that students follow the developments closely.
Whoever wins the US presidential election, the majority of people will lose. Change will come from the streets, not the seat of power.
Former Cork captain and three-time All-Star Cathriona Foley talks to Trinity News’ Sarah Burns about the problems facing camogie.