Societies

Society spotlight: DU Photography Association

Maeve Harris shines a light on a society that is worth a thousand words

Founded in 1948, Dublin University Photography Association (DUPA) is a society worth a thousand words. What began as “quite a niche society”, according to Vicky Salganik, DUPA Travel Officer, “with a predominantly male committee”, has transformed into one largely run

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This week at Trinity: Society Week

Distract yourself from looming deadlines with manifestation, a vegan tray bake and an Open Mic night

As usual, the term is gathering momentum, and the sudden realisation that three weeks are already behind us is enough to cause minor anxiety. The panic is beginning to set in about upcoming assignment due dates, and what began as

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Democracy, diplomacy and free pizza

Grace Fannon talks to three students about their experiences of being and becoming a society chair

In many ways, societies form the bedrock of student life at Trinity. They are a sphere within the college that is managed and operated by the students themselves, making them an important representation of student interests and values on campus.

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Is anything missing from Trinity’s long list of societies?

From observing what other universities have to offer and listening to students’ suggestions, Gillian Doyle explores what societies Trinity is lacking

In 2020, knowledge about technology is not something that should be specific to those studying it, but should be an area we all strive to be competent in.”

“Ireland’s ancient brewing tradition could also be a way to encourage

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This week in Trinity: Intellectual interest

Intellectuality abounds this week with a Budget Breakdown, a Metaphysical book club and a Climate Migration-themed festival

As we delve deeper into October or Spooky Season Trinity News is here again to bring you the society highlights of the upcoming week.

To start the week off on a nice, light note, Trinity Politics Society and

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Review: Film Criticism Workshop

DU Film’s Freshers’ Week Film Criticism Workshop in collaboration with TN2 and Trinity Film Review

On the last day of Freshers’ Week, editors from TN2 and Trinity Film Review (TFR) came together with members of the DU Film Society to talk about writing reviews and features for both publications. The event was more of a