Sunday longread: Societies lean into 2021

Although the pandemic has transformed society life, there’s still plenty to get involved with come January

Alongside the transition to virtual learning, Covid-19 has seen Trinity’s vibrant society life move to exclusively online platforms. While some societies have been hit harder than others, committee members and college bodies have endeavoured to maintain a sense of normality


Jazz, Trad and the Orchestra

A review of Trinity’s Orchestra concert

On Thursday evening, after a hefty day of online lectures, I got to wind down and be serenaded during Trinity’s music societies collaborative concert showing Trinity Orchestra, Du Music, Jazz Soc and Trad Soc. The concert opened Trinity Orchestra


Society Spotlight: Trinity Hiking Society

Grace Fannon speaks to Chairperson Camille Stock about moving hiking online and how not to lose someone up a mountain

The Wicklow Mountains are, presumably, still just south of Dublin City. But for Trinity Hiking Society, caught in the limitations of Level 5 lockdown, they may as well be as far as San Diego, where coincidentally, their chairperson currently resides.


Keeping the Trinity music scene alive

Heather Bruton interviews Trinity’s music societies on how they are getting creative amidst social restrictions

The music scene at Trinity is rich, colourful and plays a central role in the lives of many students. In the midst of Level 5 restrictions, we need music more than ever. We are lucky as students to be surrounded


December Horoscopes

DU Astro Soc’s Buse Tobin on what you can expect as we look into the new month


Feel that? Mercury has entered Sagittariusthere’s an air of optimism in your communications. You’re ready for new and exciting experiences as a New Moon in Sagittarius comes in the middle of the month, and, coupled with Venus