More than academics: TEP and Trinity’s societies

The introduction of TEP aims to improve Trinity’s education system, after its first term in action how has it affected Trinity’s famous and vibrant society life?

The purpose of Trinity’s campus is primarily to provide a third-level education, yet it offers much more in the form of societies. Famous for the many active and thriving societies on campus encompassing a wide network of topics and interests,


The Film Scene: Movie night at Workmans

The Film Scene is a student run forum where student filmmakers can show their work to film fanatics and those looking to fill an evening

As the new term ushers in and we are all reunited with our College friends, it can be a good idea to find new things to do in Dublin, as opposed to re-visiting your usual hang out spots. One new


The art of mixing

Former TCDSU Ents Officer, Jonah Craig, speaks to Trinity News about his new single, his inspiration, and journey as an artist

A deep beat that pulsates throughout your body and the club, electronic dance music (EDM) is the staple that signals the start of a night you may not fully remember but will certainly enjoy. In a Spotify two-minute documentary, it


Ways to unwind when everyone’s winding you up

While Ireland gears up for Christmas, here at Trinity we are getting ready for exams. Here are few ways you can relax over this period

With a crushing amount of deadlines and exams around the corner (sorry to remind you), it is more important than ever to take time for yourself, to breathe, and to relax. While everyone may have their own way of dealing


The next U.S. President, Guantanamo Bay and Obama: Samantha Power comes to Trinity

Samantha Power, a former United States Ambassador to the United Nations, spoke to Law Soc today about human rights, the next American president and her career.

Samantha Power is well known for being the United States Ambassador to the United Nations during Barack Obama’s administration and was prominent in the documentary The Final Year, filmed during Obama’s last year in office. She began working as a


Your new coffee spot

For the coffee lovers out there or anyone in need of a comfortable spot to study, Bestseller is the place to be.

There’s nothing better then grabbing a ‘quick’ coffee with someone you ran into on your way to finish that assignment and it quickly turning into two hours eaten out of your library time. If you’re looking for somewhere different, or


“No one puts their children in a boat, unless the water is safer than the land”- Refugee Week vigil

VDP Social Justice held a candle-lit vigil as part of refugee week to remember those who have lost their lives at sea

Yesterday at 7pm, VDP Social Justice, the Students’ Union and passers-by joined together for a candle-lit vigil to commemorate refugees who have died at sea this year. The volunteers, who started lighting candles at 5pm, had over 1,000 candles lit


Spooktacular things to do on Halloween

Movie nights, themed parties or haunted houses, we have you covered on what to do on Halloween

As it is sadly unacceptable for college students to go trick or treating, Halloween may lack some of the excitement it once held. Unless you get into the spooky spirit, don your best witch hat paired with some Dracula style