Getting the best meal for your money

Is your stomach empty along with your wallet is too? Check out these places for a cheap bite

There are plenty of student meal deals in Dublin, but the usual offers on Dawson Street can become repetitive. There are inexpensive lunch and dinner places all across Dublin, and Life is here with quick suggestions and comparisons of where

Summer internships: a struggle of inaccessibility or just survival of the fittest?

Is the increasing scarcity of summer internships impeding accessibility for young graduates?

As the days gradually lengthen and end-of-year deadlines loom in the near distance, many students take respite in the knowledge that the summer holidays are also on the horizon. Irish universities supply more weeks of holidays during the summer months

Rónán Connolly wins Battle of the Bands

The singer songwriter will now play at Trinity Ball

Following two hotly contested semi-finals, and a night of incredible music, it was Indie singer-songwriter Rónán Connolly who emerged victorious at this year’s Battle of the Bands. For his efforts, Connolly won a performance slot at Trinity Ball.

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Getting savvy for savings

Simple ways to save money in college that add up

Penny-pinching – the language of the frugal. As an overly anxious child, I would save wherever I could and felt tremendous guilt at the idea of spending more than what was needed. My parents couldn’t understand why I would return

Home can be where the headache is

Here are a few guidelines and tips for anyone starting to think about accommodation for next year

Accommodation. The big word that instantly distresses any student attending college in Dublin who lives beyond commuting distance. Of course, it is not just students that are affected by the ongoing housing crisis occurring in Ireland’s capital city, as well

“If there is a willingness from powerful actors to act, they will act”: a debate on the migration crisis

SOFIA hosted a model European Council to discuss the challenges posed by the migrant crisis

On Friday, Trinity’s Society for International Affairs (SOFIA) held a model European Council debate focused on the migration crisis and the challenges it poses. The chair reminded each nation that throughout the debate they must consider the implications Brexit would

Operation education for youths and teddy bears alike

Trinity’s Paediatric Society hosted a teddy bear hospital yesterday in the sports centre to encourage and educate children in medical care

In a sea of teddy bears and toddlers, the sports centre was filled with families yesterday afternoon as the annual Teddy Bear Hospital got underway. Hosted by the TCD Paediatric Society, this is the third year this event has been

Ask the Trinity Collidge Agony Aunt

The man behind Trinity Collidge, Michael McDermott, is here to answer all your niggling questions

Dear Agony Aunt, I know I need to spend lots of time this semester preparing for my final exams. This will require me to spend a substantial amount of time in the Hamilton library. What measures can I take to