The English literature graduate’s second novel has hit shelves
Normal People, Trinity graduate Sally Rooney’s Man Booker Prize longlisted novel, has landed in bookstores. The novel was longlisted for the Man Booker Prize in July, over a month before publication.
The Castlebar native graduated from Trinity in 2013, having …
The visit is set to take place during the newlyweds’ two-day stay in Dublin in July
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will visit Trinity as part of an official two-day visit to Dublin on July 10 and 11.
The pair will learn about Ireland’s culture and heritage on a visit to the Book of Kells. They …
‘Kissing Candice’ hit cinemas nationwide on Friday
‘Kissing Candice,’ directed by Trinity alumnus Aoife McArdle, was released in cinemas on Friday, marking the English and Film graduate’s feature debut.
The film follows 17-year-old Candice, whose fixation with a stranger leads her to become embroiled in a local …
TCDSU voted to remain neutral on the issue last year
Dublin City University Students’ Union (DCUSU) has voted in favour of supporting a united Ireland in a referendum on the topic.
The referendum was brought about after DCU’s Sinn Fein Republican Youth (DCU SFRY) submitted a petition calling on the …
Falia discusses postgraduate fees, the accommodation crisis and mental health
Dr. Gogoal Falia, a medical doctor from India and an Master of Business Administration (MBA) candidate at Trinity, is one of two candidates running to be Vice-President of the Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) for the 2018/19 academic year. In an …
A figure released to Trinity News earlier this month showed that 80 students were waiting on their first counselling appointment
The Student Counselling Service (SCS) has revealed that their waiting list has been reduced by almost half in just two weeks. The number of students awaiting a first counselling appointment following an initial consult, which previously stood at 80, …
Over 1,500 students have attended Trinity’s counselling service this academic year
Upwards of 1,500 students have engaged with the Student Counselling Service (SCS) in the 2017/18 academic year thus far, with 80 students who attended an initial consultation still waiting on their first counselling appointment, information provided to Trinity News has …
Michael McDermott, RON and Paul Molloy came second, third and fourth
Shane De Rís, a Junior Sophister Irish and German student and former Trinity Hall JCR President, has been elected President of Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) on the third count.
The quota of 1,630 was not reached on the …
Residents voted to make two amendments to the JCR Constitution on Sunday night.
Both proposed constitutional amendments to the Junior Common Room (JCR) Constitution were passed on Sunday night at the second JCR Open Forum of the academic year. The amendments will mainly affect the role of the JCR Technical Officer and the …
“Trinity Collidge” founder McDermott is “pretty content with being Ireland’s version of Brexit”
Michael McDermott is the Senior Sophister Nanoscience student behind satirical Facebook page, ‘Trinity Collidge’. Viewed by many as a “joke candidate,” McDermott has no previous experience in either student politics or journalism but this has not deterred him from running …