Russia’s Student Diaspora: A Forgotten Side of Putin’s War

Trinity News speaks to Russian students about their experience of studying in Europe in the context of the war in Ukraine

One Spring day in 2022, Mark was sitting in a classroom in Trinity watching a pair of classmates from his degree in management science and information studies make a presentation which touched on a number of major current affairs. “When

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“War Is War but Classes Are Classes”

The experience of Ukrainian students after the Russian invasion

In February 2022, a year and a half into her degree in political science and philosophy at the University of Kiev, Paulina’s classes took an unscheduled break. Two weeks later, teaching resumed in hybrid format. She told Trinity News that


The Ties They Find

The new generation of British people seeking Irish Citizenship

It was with a subtle yet unmistakable hint of triumph that Tánaiste Mícheál Martin announced in the Dáil in January that 2022 had been “an exceptionally busy year” for the passport office. The continued increase in passport application numbers, far