Sex & Relationships

Sex, drugs and penis plugs: The Irish sex toy industry is thriving like never before

Trinity News speaks to prominent Irish sex shops and explores the hidden depths of this taboo industry

From green pastures and Guinness to Gaelic football and aran jumpers, Ireland is associated with a great many things. However, its sex toy industry generally does not make it onto this list. Yet the belief that Ireland and adult stores


From astrology to politics: Exploring Trinity’s newest societies

Alison Traynor looks at the diverse selection of new societies in Trinity

This academic year Trinity is welcoming four new societies: Trinity Social Democrats, DU Astrological Society, Trinity Young Greens, and DU Rover Society. Further diversifying the already broad range of societies which the university has to offer, this quartet looks set …

Arts & Culture

A feast for the eyes: The IFI Documentary Festival is back and better than ever

Alison Traynor gives the lowdown on what documentaries should not be missed during this year’s festival

From September 25 to September 29, the Irish Film Institute (IFI) is hosting their annual documentary festival, which has been a beloved staple of Dublin’s cultural calendar for more than sixteen years. Sixteen documentaries will be screened in the …


Irish heritage, confidence and Midsommar with Jack Reynor in the GMB

Alison Traynor reviews the Irish actor’s talk, which was facilitated by TCD Law Society and DU Film Society

This Wednesday an air of excitement was palpable, as a group of students gathered in the GMB awaiting the arrival of acclaimed Irish actor Jack Reynor. The 27-year-old, who was born in Colorado but spent his childhood in Ireland, has

Arts & Culture

Modernism reveals Germany’s dark past: Bauhaus 100 – The Print Portfolios

Seminal artworks from the famous Bauhaus art school impress in the National Gallery

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Bauhaus, a fascinating and highly influential German art and design school which flourished during the first half of the 20th century. To commemorate this event, the National Gallery of …