Calling a piece of literature Irish is not a review. Irish writer from Ireland, D. Joyce-Ahearne, fights for Irishness and its right to be meaningless.
D. Joyce-Ahearne’s hatchet job of a reactionary cultural critic: his past self.
Third-year student David O’Driscoll has attracted national attention for his research into gender differences in infants.
Nominations for the prize are open for individuals or groups who have made a special contribution to campus media.
CSC have announced the shortlist for 11 prize categories in the annual Society of the Year Awards.
The Rose of Tralee addressed Trinity students last Wednesday in the GMB.
Student societies and media must work together to combat threats to student life.
Sheryl Sandberg fails women when she ignores the structural inequality of Lean In’s partner companies, argues Dee Courtney.
The current fees system in Ireland is inadequate and inequitable; it’s time for the students to pay for their education, argues Andrew O’Donovan.
This hat is ridiculous. Wandering around Front Square in gowns; well done Trinity, fighting the stereotype since 1592. Right now, embarrassment is the overriding emotion. It’s nerve-wracking, filing up the steps in front of all these people (trying not to trip on this fucking gown and mill myself on the way). Paraded like a show-dog […]