Four first years reflect on their time in a societyWeb
Rebecca Lalor on her involvement with Trinity’s VDP:
“On choosing a Trinity society that has both challenged and thrilled me, it is hard to not mention VDP. Wandering through Freshers stalls that sunny day, I was lured to sign up …
Listen to the first episode of our new podcastWeb
In May, Ireland will attempt to resolve a question that we as a nation have been grappling to answer: should abortion be made legal? In this episode, Thomas and Danielle talk to an undecided voter from College and Christian Moore, …
With Freshers’ Week in full swing, we gain an insight into the lives of Fresher’s Orla Murnaghan and Katie LynchWeb
Orla Murnaghan, Junior Freshman Law and Politics
Freshers’ Week was in full swing on Tuesday as I arrived in the Front Square at noon. Everything was a magical whirl of kaleidoscopic colour in as I rushed for my first lecture, …
DU ZooSoc and the Phil team up to bring you the best of bird house buildingWeb
Ever thought about building a little abode for your friendly neighbourhood birds and bees? Never got around to it because it seems just too hard, and a little too expensive? The DU ZooSoc and The Phil paired up on Tuesday …
From pounding heads to WhatsApp meetups, hear how day one of Freshers’ Week went for the newest faces on campus.Web
Eliana Jordon, Junior Freshman English Lit
Monday of Freshers Week is not for the faint of heart.
I was still on the mend from an early case of the notorious “freshers flu” and fighting a lingering hangover that seems customary …
Lara May Ó Muirithe
The late artist’s studio, meticulously reconstructed at the Hugh Lane gallery on Parnell Square, leaves Irish art enthusiasts ar muin na muice, says Lara May O Muirithe.
Francis Bacon’s reconstructed studio at Dublin City Gallery …
Sally Rooney explores legislation, guidelines and the need for clarity for doctors in the wake of the X-case 20 years ago
Savita Halappanavar’s death in a Galway hospital has led to renewed calls for legislation on …
Jawad A Anjum
Jawad A Anjum examines gesture recognition technology as the world moves towards seamless interaction between humanity and technology.
Gesture recognition technology is here. We have seen it with multi-touch functionality on our smartphones, but it …
Manus Lenihan on the distinctions between the responses to the Eurozone crisis in Greece and Ireland.
14th November saw a united general strike across six European countries. Predictably, RTÉ talked about riots and disruption of flights …
Mark O’ Meara
The Union of Students in Ireland, argues Mark O’Meara, is still failing to defend those who need strong union representation; and the rot is spreading.
Along with a new USI officer board, we now have new …