Society Spotlight: Trinity TV

Ciara Cassidy explores how Trinity TV still manages to create gripping content

Covid-19 has certainly restricted the number of activities students can do in their spare time. In fact, the whole of Ireland seems to be limited to either going for long walks, undertaking new arts and craft skills, baking, or, of


This Week in Trinity: Week 10

Between a ball, a debate final and Daisy Edgar Jones’ address to TCD LawSoc, get ready for an exciting week

Stumbling into Week 10, I think we are all feeling a little disorientated after the extra long weekend. Excessive consumption of sunshine, ice cream, and some sneaky canal cans may have momentarily suspended the reality of a looming end of …


This Week In Trinity: Women’s Week

Pantos, Discussions and Games: tune in to find out what’s in store for students this week

Society events for this week all kick off on Tuesday with the weekly virtual coffee hour with DUGES at 11:00am – 12:00pm. Bring your favorite mugs and biscuits to discuss all the merits of women’s week over discord! 

On Tuesday


Society Spotlight: Visual Arts Society

Grab a pair of Docs and an easel – we’re getting to know the Visual Arts Society

There is certainly no dearth in style on Trinity’s campus. From the picnic tables outside the Arts Block and across the cricket pitch to the Hamilton, ‘cool’ is in abundance, manifesting in vintage doc martens, aviator leather jackets, chequered trousers


This Week in Trinity: Week 8

This week, join Trinity’s societies as they kick off the final term of the year

Hopefully everyone had a relaxing and sunshine saturated reading week, and is ready for the last term of 2020/2021 academic year! If, like most students, your reading week involved less reading than the powers that be may hoped for, you …


Sunday Longread: Catching flights and switching societies

Are Erasmus students that come to Trinity more likely to join our societies than Trinity students when they go abroad?

For some, studying abroad as an exchange student can be an amazing experience. For others, the idea of working and socialising in a foreign country can be incredibly nerve-wracking. In either case, any student that studies abroad will most likely