Features

The state of gender in Trinity according to Dr Catherine Lawless

An interview with the Director of the Trinity Centre for Gender and Women’s Studies reveals the strengths and weaknesses of Trinity’s gender policies

The Trinity Centre for Gender and Women’s Studies name embodies the forward-thinking and inclusive entity that the Centre has become. Originally established in 1988, the Centre changed its name from the Trinity Centre for Women’s Studies. It now includes gender,

Features

Inside Extinction Rebellion

An insight into the motivations, actions and goals of a Trinity student and Extinction Rebellion member

Now more than ever, the climate crisis has taken center stage in political discourse and has become a global cause of concern. Although there have been climate activists working for decades, recent scientific revelations have injected new life into calls

Arts & Culture

Birthright review: Dublin Fringe Festival’s most local masterpiece

Nadine Flynn’s play explores working-class tragedies exacerbated by the institutions around them, writes Henry Petrillo

Lir graduate Nadine Flynn’s Birthright began with the hushed sounds of a compact audience creaking on the wooden benches of Smock Alley Theatre, the small space and lowered stage facilitating an immediate sense of intimacy between the audience and the