More than a smoking gun: College burnout

How to recognise if you’re burning out, and how to prevent it

It is not uncommon for students to begin to feel exhausted, depleted, alienated, and on the brink of failure. But at what point does seemingly everyday stress turn into burnout? Unfortunately, in spite of the prevalence of burnout in people


Tenacity, accessibility, and individuality: women in leadership with Law Soc

In the lead up to International Women’s Day, Mary Robinson chaired a panel discussion on what it means to be a leading woman in modern Ireland

In advance of International Women’s Day, Law Soc hosted a panel discussion last night on Women in Leadership in association with William Fry. The event aimed to examine what it is like to be a leading woman in 21st century


Photoshop, first aid and a cup of coffee: Upskill week

TCDSU organised Upskill week as an opportunity for students to gain skills and increase their chances of employment

This week was Upskill Week in Trinity. Organised by Trinity College Students Union, there have been an array of workshops, classes and training sessions hosted by various societies and individuals across campus. From barista and service training to First Aid


A talk with Tommy Graham

DU History discuss with historian Tommy Graham whether public history is real history

Tommy Graham is a history graduate from Trinity, widely considered to be one of Ireland’s most prominent public historians. He is a host of the NewsTalk radio programme Talking History, which covers a range of historical subjects from modern and