Trinity traditions through the centuries

Sneaky students, graveyard heists, and a midnight murder

Trinity is rife with traditions, mysteries, and legends collected through the centuries. While some are iconic, there are many lesser known tales, ranging from the hidden to the historical.

One tale that goes deep into the depths of Trinity’s history

Two acts, one big success

DU Players’ ‘One Man, Two Guvnors’ is a Tuesday evening triumph

Last night saw the second performance in a five day run of DU Players’ production of Richard Bean’s ‘One Man, Two Guvnors,’ directed by Imo Redpath and Neil O’Flanagan. Set to the backdrop of a sitting room scene reminiscent of

Your academic cheat sheet

Tips for a STEM or arts student to study more effectively and obtain higher grades

The most important and time-consuming aspect of college is studying by yourself outside of lecture hours, and yet many students neglect this completely, especially in their first year. The material is more challenging and harder to grasp than that of

Five tips to being a greener student

Simple tips and tricks to effectively reduce the amount of waste you produce

September 15 marked the 32nd International Coastal Clean-Up Day, a day in which all beachgoers are encouraged to pick up and safely dispose of five pieces of rubbish found along the shorelines. While the drizzle and the wind may have

Enabling a more connected Asia

Representatives from the Asian Development Bank visited Trinity to speak about what their bank does

Students were treated to guest speakers, Tomoyuki Kimura, the bank’s Director General of Strategy, Policy and Review and Robert Schoellhammer the bank’s European representative, from the Asian Development Bank in the Thomas Davis Theatre this morning. While it was primarily

This Week in Trinity: Oktoberfest, Feminism and Micheal Martin

Week 4 is packed with a wide array of important speakers and musical events, as well as a chance to sign up to societies in the Atrium

Congratulations, you’re halfway to reading week! As those essay deadlines get ever closer and you start to wonder why you ever missed college over the summer, don’t fret. Week 4 in Trinity has a plethora of intriguing events to distract

Spoilt for choice

With Fourth Week just around the corner, Aoibh Ni Mhuireartaigh navigates which societies to pick

The first few weeks of the college term is a time for the societies of Trinity to pull out the stops when it comes to showing what they have to offer. On Freshers’ Week, Front Square is taken over by

Petrolhead’s paradise: a more practical approach to engineering education

Trinity’s Formula One society hears from Neill Anderson, the head design judge for Formula Student UK

The event was hosted in the Global Room by Formula Trinity, Trinity’s student-run Formula One society and its UCD counterpart, where they welcomed Neill Anderson, the head design judge for Formula Student UK. Formula Trinity are currently working on designing

Into the jungle with Flood and Attenborough

Last night saw the kick off for the highly anticipated Ent’s event Jungle, and they did not disappoint!

Last night, Trinity Ent’s hosted the highly anticipated Jungle at the newly renovated club Opium, and it made the classic film Jumanji look second rate.

Upon arrival it was easy to get stuck behind a sea of warm eager bodies

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