Drag culture in Ireland

As drag culture is increasingly in the spotlight, Michelle Nicolaou uncovers its history within Ireland

Drag finds itself in new bloom as wider recognition of the art form, partly due to the popularity of hit shows like RuPaul’s Drag Race, has brought it to the forefront of pop culture. The very practice of drag creates


Read all about it: Trinity’s Publications

Michelle Nicolaou details the successes of this year’s varied range of publications, from the long established to the recently founded

As the months have raced by and we find ourselves realising that the College year is fast coming to an end, Trinity News takes a look at what some of College’s many publications have done this year.

Publications are an


Minister announces research fellowship scheme for Irish students

The scheme will see students undertake research at the Smithsonian Institution, Harry Ransom Center and the Exploratorium in San Francisco

The Minister for Arts, Heritage, Regional Affairs, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, Heather Humphreys has announced the awarding of $60,000 towards the establishment of short-term research fellowships for Irish postgraduate students. The fellowships will take place in three of the top …

Features, Life

Inside Trinity’s book repository: Santry Stacks

Ever ordered a book from the santry stacks and wondered what the place is like? Trinity News takes a look inside the repository

“The library’s status as a legal deposit or ‘copyright’ library, the only one in Ireland,  means that it is entitled to free copies of any material published in either Ireland or the United Kingdom”


The Trinity College Library has a