In an era of ever-shifting political spectrums, the popular author explains the alt-right and the origins of the movement
For her work on the alt-right, Angela Nagle, visiting lecturer in Trinity for Michaelmas term, has received mentions in the Washington Post and the New York Times.
She sits down with Trinity News to speak about topics covered in her …
Why the rich benefit the most from free fees
Before I explain my position, I would like to say something about myself. I am not an ideologue who believes that the private sector is always more efficient, nor do I believe people are fully responsible for their social outcome. …
The entrants had been tasked with putting together an outfit using “upcycling”- reusing discarded objects or material in a way which creates something of a higher value- or using any other environmentally sustainable technique.
On Thursday night, a ‘Sustainable Fashion Show’ was held in the Atrium as a part of the university’s Green Week.
The week was organised by the Green Campus Committee in collaboration with the environmental society in Trinity.
The entrants had …
Our news team covers the highs, lows and standstills from Jailbreak 2016.
Jailbreak 2016 is a global race of over 100 teams of two students each. The teams have two days to get from Collins’ Barracks in Dublin to a mystery location, which will be revealed in Jailbreak HQ at 9 o’clock …
Trinity News senior reporters Conall Monaghan and Jessie Dolliver look at the paper ballot versus online voting debate
With sabbatical elections only a month away, candidates are putting the final touches to their manifestos, preparing husting speeches, and drafting potential flyers – all in preparation for the run up to polling week, the results of which will determine …
“We’re seeing something more intense than we’ve ever seen”
Arun Kundnani professor of media, culture and communication at New York University (NYU) and author of the Muslims Are Coming! spoke in Trinity last night about increasing levels of Islamophobia worldwide in an event arranged by the department of sociology.…
Feelings about the week varied between different potential scholars, from “they’re just like summer exams” to “if you don’t have nightmares of missing your exam, you’re not working hard enough.”
After months of preparation, the waiting is over for several second year students as they start to sit the annual scholar exams.
For many, the exams began yesterday morning with the majority of students sitting their first paper. Overall, all …
“Initial plans for the project are in the region of 30,000 sq.m. of teaching, research, new or refurbished buildings in one or more locations”
According to a tender notice, Trinity is seeking a construction consultant team “to project manage and design a building, or range of buildings, in a new Trinity Technology Campus.”
While the notice claims that requirements for the project are still …
The Board chose the latest possible time at which to demolish the building, vastly increasing costs
At a Trinity College Board meeting held on 9 December plans concerning the demolition of the Perry Building were discussed. It had been agreed beforehand that the Perry Building would be demolished to make way for the construction of a …
If we really care about social issues, surely we want these ideas to permeate through all echelons of society and not just those which we are a part of.
“That’s what happens when a knacker…” she said in a group of people, liberal-minded people, people like herself. Up until that point, conversation had drifted between topics such as LGBTQ+ rights and feminism. Topics filled with words such …