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At PolSoc, nothing is off the table

A look into the inner workings of the Politics Society

Topics like Brexit, Palestine, and the Eighth Amendment can cause awkward silences at some dinner tables, but at Trinity Politics Society (PolSoc), these are mere conversation starters. On Thursday afternoons, vociferous chatter emanates from the top floor of House Six,


Chatting with Niteline

Thomas Rafferty delves beyond the phone lines to uncover the volunteers working hard to support students in Trinity

Niteline is a well-known name on campus. Largely due to its ubiquitous posters in seemingly every bathroom in Trinity, most of us are aware the organisation exists. However, for students who have not used the service themselves, Niteline is also

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Giddy goats on campus

Trinity students interacted with some furry friends at DU AgSoc’s petting zoo on Tuesday afternoon

Tuesday afternoon saw the arrival of a llama, goats, rabbits, and other furry creatures to Trinity, hosted by the DU AgSoc’s petting farm. For an entry fee of €2 joyous students were invited to pet, hold, and take selfies with

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The man behind the theatre

A look into the life of one of Trinity’s most celebrated alumni. J.M. Synge

J.M. Synge is one of those names that will ring a bell with many Trinity students, even if they can’t remember why. His is one of many names that adorn lecture theatres around campus, though most of us don’t know

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Balanced discussion at SU’s Eighth Amendment Forum

Thomas Rafferty reports on the SU’s Eighth Amendment Forum, held to give all sides a chance to vocalise their opinion

On Tuesday evening Trinity College Students’ Union (TCDSU) held an open forum on the eighth amendment, featuring four guest speakers and dialogue with the audience. The discussion was diverse throughout; it featured in-depth examinations of abortion in the contexts of

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