Trinity News editorial on the publication on April 1st of an article by The College Tribune entitled ‘Trinity News falls foul of Quinn’.
Trinity News’ editorial for issue 59.5 in which we assess the impact of the CSC – Duges dispute on student politics in college, particularly as they pertain to the abortion issue, and conclude that it is important that students follow the developments closely.
Rónán Burtenshaw Editor Trinity News is advocating a No vote in the referendum on disaffiliation from the Union of Students in Ireland (USI), the polling for which takes place until Thursday in locations around College. This article will seek to outline the case for remaining affiliated to the national students’ union, as this […]
This is a statement from the editor.The publication of this article on Trinity TV has drawn a mixed response. As editor it is my role to decide what goes to print and what does not. I made the decision to print this article and I stand by it. In the interests of maintaining a dialogue […]
In celebration of International Women’s Week, Kate Palmer recounts the lives of some of Trinity’s most celebrated alumnae – the ‘Steamboat Ladies’ of Trinity Hall.
Anyone who tries to bend the free will of those in a university will inevitably fail – for it is this community above others that prizes self-determination.
It is easy to forget that a newspaper is at heart a business – particularly from the perspective of its journalists and readers.
First they came to Wall Street in their masses to express their outrage at corporate greed and social inequality. Then they filtered from the US to reach the North West corner of Europe. They are the self-styled 99 per cent.
THE HALCYON days of Hibernian education are well and truly over.
As the presidential election approaches, it is not just the Irish premiership that deserves our attention. It is the Middle East, which remains in the midst of a milestone in statehood.