The 20×20 Initiative aims to give female athletes greater opportunities by increasing media coverage, attendances, and involvement in sport
Many of Trinity’s sports clubs have given vocal support to the 20×20 Initiative, which seeks to promote gender equality in sport by increasing exposure, attendance, and participation in women’s sports by 20% at the end of 2020.
Aspiring Olympian, Aoife …
The deadline was extended on an “exceptional” basis
68 students have received late offers from University College Dublin (UCD) on an “exceptional” basis after successfully having their Leaving Certificate results upgraded, Trinity News has learned. UCD had initially set a deadline of September 30 for students to get …
Sport in college can be taxing in many different ways, writes Victoria Mitchell
Students are constantly being pressured to exercise – sport helps one maintain good physical health, while also being quite therapeutic. But with financial, social and academic costs to take into consideration, achieving the one hour of exercise per day that …
Victoria Mitchell wades her way through the quirky Scandinavian sport that is slowly gaining worldwide attention
Tom Daley, step aside: the time has come to leave behind the old diving world and instead plunge belly-first into the endlessly entertaining world of ‘death diving’. The Norwegians call it Dødsing, others would call it absolutely nuts. This death-defying …
Lally has won the award for her debut novel “Eggshells”
Caitriona Lally has been announced as this year’s winner of the Rooney Prize for Irish Literature, an award given by Trinity to emerging Irish writers.
The Rooney Award for Irish Literature is administered by the Oscar Wilde Centre for Irish …
The rally is set to take place next Thursday
University College Cork (UCC) students are taking to the streets of Cork next week to protest against increasingly expensive student accommodation.
The “Accommodation Rally For Affordable Housing” is to be held on Thursday 20, starting at the Amphitheatre at 1pm …