Relationship abuse in Ireland: Are they #TooIntoYou?

Trinity News sits down with the Project Lead for Women’s Aid’s #TooIntoYou campaign Mary Hayes to discuss the growing problem of relationship abuse in Ireland

Content warning: This article contains discussion of sexual and emotional abuse.

In a recent study by Women’s Aid, they found that one in five young women and one in eleven young men, aged 18 to 25, have been subjected to

Sitting down with a psychic

Trinity News speaks with a professional medium

Susan Hughes, a psychic and medium based in Dublin, recently sat down with Trinity News to divulge all about her life, abilities, and perspectives on spiritualism. She shares her experiences of working as a medium and explores what she finds

The decline in religion among the younger generation

Trinity News investigates the decline in religion in younger generations and the possible reasons for this shift

Ironically, given our history as a nation practically defined by its devout Catholicism, as of 2022, a large majority of young people in Ireland identify as agnostic or atheist. Since our grandparents’ generation, we have seen a gradual decline in

Dublin’s public transport developments and disappointments

Trinity News investigates recent announcements for the development of public transport in Dublin, compared to existing models in Dublin and Europe

In July of this year, the government announced that the Metrolink, a “high-capacity, high-frequency rail line running from Swords to Charlemont” would begin construction in 2025, with the projected completion date being some time in 2035.  This new means of

Cost of Christmas

Trinity News breaks down the spending habits of students around the festive season

Christmas can be an expensive time of year — from buying presents for family to Kris Kindle with work colleagues and a general increase in socialisation with friends, the season of giving could also be regarded as the season of

Northern Ireland set for another year with no local government: But how did we get here?

Trinity News talks about what has happened to government in the North, and where it might go next

Since the Good Friday Agreement in April 1998, Northern Ireland has been led by a power-sharing executive that demands cooperation from both Nationalist and Unionist parties to function. Tension between the parties and a failure to unite is, of course,

Student accommodation crisis

Trinity News investigates the ongoing student accommodation crisis affecting students in Ireland

Finding accommodation, specifically in Dublin, has always been a challenge for students. If you are not part of the fortunate few who secure a spot on College campus or Trinity Hall, students have to undertake the lengthy, stressful and often …

Speaking Out against Bullying on Campus

How can different universities around Ireland create a zero-tolerance culture on campus?

There have been a number of developments in support for third-level students who have experienced bullying or harassment on campus in recent years. With the return of in-person teaching, temporarily isolated college and university communities have resumed interaction, and some