Arts & Culture

The 25th Dublin Fringe Festival is set to inspire and captivate

An exposé of both homegrown and international talent will be presented in various locations in Dublin’s city centre over a sixteen day period

Comedy, theatre, dance and performance art culminate from September 7th to 22th, celebrating Dublin Fringe Festival’s 25th year running. The festival will run for 16 days and nights, staging 36 venues, 77 productions, 545 performances, with 54 world premieres.

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Beware of the birds

What danger lies behind the squawks of Trinity’s gulls?

Love them or hate them, the squawking and sauntering of seagulls is familiar to most urban inhabitants and students alike: especially those who dare to eat outside. The banter of such a lunchtime session is a regular occurrence for many


I want to make the most of my time at Trinity

We asked one of our writers to look ahead and tell us what she wants to achieve this year.

After successfully surviving one year of college, and spending four long summer months considering how I am going to approach this year differently, there is so much that I aspire to be in the next year.

Studying law and a


Do Millennials really buy too much avocado toast?

Even if Generation Y are not all narcissists, the optimism of millennial spending habits is a cause for concern. The avocado-toast lifestyle may not be sustainable.

What is a Millennial? When Tim Gurner, an Australian millionaire and real estate developer, criticized Generation Y, the so-called “Millennials”, for buying $19 avocado on toast instead of saving for a house, it’s safe to say the outrage was well