Two polar opposites who aren’t all that different: The Kavanagh brothers

Trinity Entrepreneurial Society hosted the Kavanagh brothers, both entrepreneurs with one famous for training Conor McGregor

Last night, the Trinity Entrepreneurial Society welcomed two of Ireland’s most prominent self-made success stories, the Kavanagh brothers, to a packed  JM Synge lecture theatre. James has become synonymous with Irish millennials as a social media influencer and as co-owner


What should students be listening to?

Podcasts that serve to educate, excite and enlighten that young mind of yours

The rise of the podcast is something that has been well documented. From the gripping narrative of “Serial”, to the conversational sporting analysis of “Off the Ball”, this nuanced media forum has something for everyone. A career for many, a


England’s Alt-J visit the Phil

The eccentric three piece talk “sex, love, life and death”

Indie rock living legends Alt J took some well deserved downtime from their three sold out Olympia Theatre shows to receive a medal of Honorary Patronage from the Phil this afternoon. With a university success story that resonates with the


Trinity’s independent music scene on the rise

Jonathon Boylan explores Trinity’s avant garde music scene, speaking with Luke Carey, Greg Tisdall, Mark Deering, and last year’s Battle of the Bands winners Cooks But We’re Chefs in the process

The Trinitones, Battle of the Bands, Trinity Ball, and every college event all have one thing in common: music. Indeed, in years gone by, Trinity’s music scene has moved from strength to strength. Not only does campus life facilitate the


Following Fossil Free, EnviroSoc steps into an unfamiliar spotlight

EnviroSoc Chair, Izzy Jorgensen, discusses student power and recent victories for a more environmentally friendly campus

In light of the success of the Fossil Free campaign at Trinity, which led to Trinity divesting from fossil fuels on campus, environmentally friendly societies such as EnviroSoc have been thrust into an unfamiliar spotlight.

This year’s Chair is Izzy


The Phil gets the Fünke treatment

David Cross, comedian, producer and comedian, talks stand up, politics and family.

In the midst of his “Oh Come on Tour,” renowned producer, actor, stand up, and everyone’s favourite Blue Man, David Cross took some time out of his hectic schedule to address a GMB packed with students who hold a particular


A student’s guide to culture night

Tonight is Dublin’s annual culture night and it promises to have something for everyone

The second week of lectures is drawing to a close, and students on campus are beginning to realise that the promises they made to themselves to “work harder” and “be on top of things” this year are proving less and


Republic of Loose reunites at Phil

The Republic of Loose reunited to discuss music, life in a band as well as their career

For the first time in ten years, the original members of one of the greatest bands Ireland has ever produced, the Republic of Loose, gathered once more to talk modern music, creative differences, growing inspirations and life as professional musicians.


What it takes to be a class rep

Advocacy, hard work and an open minded approach listed as key characteristics at today’s talk

For many people entering college for the first time or even returning for their final year, the prospect of putting themselves forward for any kind of political office is daunting. However, as the attendees at today’s ‘What it takes to