Picture of a uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries with flowers around it

The dismissal of women’s reproductive health cannot continue

Women’s health is under researched, misdiagnosed and overlooked. It’s time to put an end to it

It has been over two months since the Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI) received 150 complaints about the Tampax ad demonstrating how to insert a tampon, with 83% of complaints surprisingly coming from women. The complaints in one form


Trinity’s slow communication on study abroad has left students distressed

Studying abroad is difficult enough to organise without the stress of not knowing whether or not it’s going ahead

While this academic year has ended, students’ worries still linger, especially those who plan on studying abroad. The process of applying to study abroad is confusing and frustrating enough as it is already without the added pressures of having to

Student Living

A letter to my Fresher self

The first few weeks of college is a challenging time for students

Dear very idle, careless and younger Derv,

If you’re reading this, congratulations! I’m going to presume that you’re a Fresher and have overcome all the obstacles of the Leaving Cert and the CAO. Now that you’ve finally made it into …


Christmas and the homelessness crisis

At Christmas time, we must to remember those with no home to go to.

In recent weeks, An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, has claimed that Ireland has a low level of homelessness compared to Ireland’s “peer countries”. There are various methods and measures that Ireland’s “peer countries” use to measure the rate of homelessness, so