Creating community on campus again

Elisa Eckstein sits down with Ents Officer Max Lynch to discuss upcoming plans for Senior Freshers Week

In the late hours of Friday morning I sat down for a coffee with Max Lynch, this year’s Ents officer. Having disclosed plans of a Senior Freshers week earlier this month, I was interested to see if he had any


TMT Intervarsities

Ruth McGann speaks to Rachel Galvin following her directorial debut with Mamma Mia!

Following the triumphant return of Trinity Musical Theatre’s (TMT) annual show, an outstanding production of Guys and Dolls, some of Trinity’s leading musical theatre performers and showmakers set off to Thurles in Co. Tipperary to compete in this year’s Musical


AGM season at Trinity

Ruth Brady unpacks the process of annual general meetings in Trinity’s societies

The AGM No you should not worry if you don’t know what that means! AGM stands for Annual General Meeting. Companies, schools, clubs, institutions and charities across the globe have AGMs annually. As a student, if you are a


Women in STEM Societies

Ella-Bleu Kiely speaks with three of Trinity’s STEM women on their society and academic lives

The fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, known collectively as STEM, are often considered supreme areas of study, especially in the Trinity sphere. Many female scientists have made pioneering contributions to the history of science, confirming their integral role


TAF time of year

Ella-Bleu Kiely speaks with TAF Festival Director Seirce Mhac Conghail on the nature of the society

This year’s Trinity Arts Festival (TAF) week began on the day devoted to romance. Running from 14-16 February, the society of tote bags and glitter held events every day from morning to night ranging from scrambled egg workshops, pop-up plays,


Society Spotlight: DUGES

Ruth McGann sheds a light on the Trinity students fighting the patriarchy

Gender-based inequality, harassment and oppression have been at the centre of social debate and activism since the beginnings of the feminist movement over a hundred years ago. Although our understanding of gender as a concept has evolved and women in


Sunday Longread: The Starlight Night

Khushi Jain recounts the wintery nighttime performance of the poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins by DU Players

The sky blushes an angry purple today. It has been drowning itself in blues this week. But tonight is special. For it is a starlight night. 

Three days back I was sitting in the 1937 Reading Room mapping Ovidian similes