An obsession with careerism shapes Trinity’s society culture

Ursula Dale explores whether Trinity’s vibrant society culture stems from students’ interests or careerism

Our collective memory of Freshers’ Week envisages Trinity’s student culture as a hub of society activity and extracurricular freedom. The vast number of options available to freshers, which particularly resonates with those such as myself who had not been

An obsession with careerism underscores Trinity’s society culture

Ursula Dale explores whether Trinity’s vibrant society culture stems from students’ interests or careerism

Our collective memory of Freshers’ Week envisages Trinity’s student culture as a hub of society activity and extracurricular freedom. The vast number of options available to freshers, which particularly resonates with those such as myself who had not been involved

Fears around the coronavirus are enabling racism

Anxiety and lack of information surrounding covid-19 are no excuse for discriminatory behaviour

“Are people running away from you?” a second-year American student was asked by a Trinity staff member after the student coughed in front of them. When the student, who is of Asian descent, pointed out that it was flu season,

Op-ed: For the Green Party, this election represents hope

Despite being let down by recent governments, these election results represent a notable appetite for change amongst Ireland’s young people

For the Green Party, this election has been phenomenal. The party has expanded its vote, doubled its highest number of TDs, and broken through in new areas like my home county of Limerick. Even taking the surge in support for

What does “voting tactically” mean?

Various factors should be considered by students voting in today’s general election

The Saturday February 8 election is an unusual historic opportunity for students, with the most recent Sunday Times Red C poll suggesting the possibility of a lead for a party other than Fine Gael or Fianna Fáil for the first

Reflecting on four years in Trinity

The beginning of my final semester in college is a good time to ruminate on what’s shaped my university experience

Final year brings with it an entirely different student experience than that of the previous three years students typically spend in Trinity. Conversations seem to revolve endlessly around final year projects, dissertations and internships. Society involvement is sporadic, as final-year