How and why does an American socialist magazine celebrate the 1916 centenary? Bhaskar Sunkara, editor of Jacobin Magazine, talks to Sarah Taaffe-Maguire about 1916 commemorations, student journalism and how to do good socialism
The short fiction From an Abandoned Work was originally published in these pages, however Beckett castigated the edit it received from Trinity News’ editorial staff. Tadgh Healy spoke with Danae Stanford who – as an editorial team member of the third volume of Trinity News in 1956 – had persuaded Beckett to publish in the young newspaper of his alma mater
Jessie Dolliver explores the disconnect today between taking action and pledging online support to a cause.
The former prime minister of Iceland and her esteemed novelist and playwright wife receive the gold medal of honourary patronage from the society.
Caoimhe Gordon explores the history and reveals secrets of participating in the popular pilgrimage
Speaking to Vice-Provost Linda Hogan, Eva O’Brien examines the early challenges facing the Trinity Education Project.
A lack of understanding from prospective applicants, pushy parents and attractive job offers all contribute to computer science having the highest drop-out rates in College.
Meet the students from Notre Dame who balance their studies with placements in Dublin’s marginalised communities
Leah Moloney is a 19 year-old Psychology student in Trinity, and founder of one of the most popular book clubs in the world, Between Two Books with Florence Welch.
Eóin Ó Murchú examines the problems with framing the national economy in the medical terminology of recovery.