Gun control in the United States

Caoimhe Gordon speaks to two American students about gun control in their nation.


Another day, another shocking headline, another series of weeping families photographed to convey the sense of shock that has brought another town to a standstill in America. Another fiery statement from Trump, another erupting debate about the availability of guns,

Alice the Rebel

Stepping into Wonderland, Danielle Olavario explores the intricate process of a playwright

Evan Sunderland is a storyteller. Sitting in a corner of a tea room in Fade Street, his black hoodie and dark-rimmed glasses were in sharp contrast with the pink and white china tea set on the table in front of

Forgive me Father, for I have sinned

Fire and brimstone aside, what role does Confession play in the modern world?

Walking into a church always carries with it the risk of immolation. At least for me. Consecrated bread has never touched my lips. I’ve never been baptised, nor have I made my Confirmation. While my family were devout Roman Catholics,

The success and scandal of Uber

Caoimhe Gordon investigates the power of Uber in today’s society after the loss of their licence in London last month

“Patience is a virtue.” The age-old mantra loses its relevance in this era – an era christened that of the “Instant Gratification Economy”. In these modern and technological times, almost anything can be assessed, perused and ordered through a single

Kissing around the globe

Alice Forbes explores the significance of a kiss in a variety of cultures.

In the year 1979, the German Democratic Republic celebrated its thirtieth anniversary. While the festivities and commemorations were underway amongst politicians and public figures, an alert photographer snapped what has since become an iconic photograph of Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev

“But I’m not here for love”

Ciaran Sunderland speaks with a former sugar baby attending Trinity and discovers the complicated working relationships involved.

“Sugaring” is an interesting neologism. Conjuring images of confectionary and added frosting, the sticky term has a secondary implication of persuasion or seduction. Amateur linguistics aside, the term is becoming increasingly common, appearing in several recent stories about the rise

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