Life

Breaking boundaries: women in the financial market

Trinity Student Managed Fund hosted their third annual conference on breaking boundaries for women in leadership

In 2016, Trinity Student Managed Fund (Trinity SMF) hosted their first conference on women in leadership. since then, there has been a shift in the conversation on women, and increasingly there has been a focus on encouraging and inspiring women

Life

Trinity talks genetics, nuclear fusions and astronomy

With an unusual combination of nuclear fusion, astronomy, and genetics and homosexuality, Trinity Talks Science debuts their first podcast of the year

Yesterday evening ‘Gay-zing At The Stars’ was a podcast hosted by Trinity Talks Science alongside Trinity’s Space society and the General Science society in the Global Room at 5pm. Trinity Talks Science is a student-run podcast on, guess what, scientific

Life

Around the world to tramline

In the second night out of Fresher’s week, Trinity Ents teamed up with DU Players, DU Dance and Trinity Musical Theatre to bring you a night of underground drama

Last night, Trinity Ents, DU Players, DU Dance and Trinity Musical Theatre teamed up to bring Cabarave to Tramline. The second night in Trinity Ents’ repertoire of nights out for fresher’s week, it promised an underground and unforgettable experience and

Life, News

What makes a Law Soc auditor?

Societies Editor Georgina Francis sits down with Law Soc auditor Jessica O’Neill to speak about her role as auditor in the Law Soc while being a full time student

Law Soc is a well known society on campus, running some of the biggest social events such as the Galway getaway, Law Ball, the annual Maples Law Ball and the European getaway. Despite being a society focused on a specific

Features

Forecasting the Future

Predicting outcomes can be invaluable in decision making, but what happens when our judgements are amiss?

When you first think of predictions, what might spring to mind are mystics, psychics, the end of the world, or considering the past weeks: the weather! There are billions of predictions made every day. But how wild can predictions get?

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