What happens now?

The world of sport is left in limbo as Covid-19 sweeps the globe

This time of year is usually a joyful one for sports fans. We were promised, amongst other things, a Premier League run-in, Euro 2020, the conclusion of the Six Nations, the British Open, Royal Ascot, the Olympics, and a trilogy


Out of Left Field: DU Table Tennis

Captain Oran Donovan discusses tournaments, getting involved, and bringing something different to Trinity’s top table

There aren’t many children who run around their back gardens screaming the name of their favourite table tennis player having played a game of ping pong. (That said, the only ping pong they’ve ever played in their back garden is


Trinity Meteors shoot for the stars

The sky is the limit for Trinity’s female basketball team

In only their second year as a College-affiliated sports club, the Trinity Meteors have taken the varsity scene by storm. Speaking to Trinity News, team captain Katie Kilbride outlines various factors which she feels have helped the team’s rise to …

Arts & Culture

Behind Blue’s eyes: Roots, records, and reflection

Jonathon Boylan speaks to singer-songwriter and Trinity student Oscar Blue about his growing fame and the pursuit of modesty in a budding musical career.

In the last few years, Trinity’s music scene has progressed from up-and-coming to altogether eclectic. With promising acts such as Cooks But We’re Chefs, Rónán Connolly, Étáin, and Eve Belle emerging, not to mention the proliferation of societies such as


Out of Left Field: Trinity Pool Society

A closer look at the GMB’s third floor residents.

The Graduate’s Memorial Building is famed predominantly for the Wednesday and Thursday night debates held by the College’s Historical and Philosophical societies, respectively. It is a landmark associated with rhetoric, oratory, wine receptions, guest speakers and intellectual exercise. However, once