Rag’n’Bone Man performs at Trinity

 Yesterday saw the third concert take place in the Summer Series at Trinity, with Rag’n’Bone Man taking centre stage supported by Grace Carter. The Summer Series at Trinity is there not to just to display a variety of musical talents but the versatility of Trinity’s campus. The money made from this venture will go towards […]

The hallowed halls

Before I made the move to Dublin, and prior to even considering a future uproot from the security of life in rural Cork, I had heard of Trinity Hall.   Friends of friends went there, coming home at weekends to recount the antics enjoyed at pre-drinks, the late-night Dominos eaten in a communal kitchen and […]

Back to school: a summer series

 The cricket pitch will be taken over once more as the Trinity Summer Series returns. With five nights of varied musical events taking place right at the heart of Trinity, every taste is catered for, with genres ranging from classical operatic singing to the coolest fringes of indie. Each night offers music from well-known names, […]

Reflection, dancing and glitter: here’s what’s happening at Pride

 Pride is an annual event that takes place around the world to celebrate the LGBTQ community. The theme chosen by Dublin this year is “We Are Family”. If you are interested in taking part in the celebrations, there are a variety events available for people of all ages and interests with further information to be […]

Trinity sets pedals to global formula competition

One can only imagine a Formula race car zooming through Front Square in a typical Trinity summer’s day. But what seems like a fantasy is in fact in the process of coming to reality soon.   ‘Formula Trinity,’ the College’s first motorsport society made up of 30 students, has been working actively all year finalizing […]

Where to watch the 2018 World Cup

   It’s that wonderful time of the quadrennial once again. A reason to drink at outlandish times of the day, a reason to scream at the tiny television inside your grandmother’s house, a reason to tell the old woman on the bus that you “just can’t see past Germany”, maybe even a reason to take out […]

“An object is only as good as its story”

Holed up in the Brutalist classrooms of the sixties Arts Block, or fluorescent labs in the glass-covered TBSI, the old-world charm Trinity teases as one walks into its entrance feels to many an unfulfilling deception. It’s a struggle to imagine that the ground one is walking on — particularly in the blocky, uninspiring science end […]

Looking Back: What I did with my four euro

Rebecca Lalor on her involvement with Trinity’s VDP: “On choosing a Trinity society that has both challenged and thrilled me, it is hard to not mention VDP. Wandering through Freshers stalls that sunny day, I was lured to sign up to countless stands. The futility of it all only struck in later days.   The […]

Looking back: The key voices heard in Trinity this year

Eight months after Freshers Week, the daunting experience of walking into Front Square to be met by an array of colour and a sea of new faces is a memory that many first years share. On shaky legs we delved into the crowds of our first society fair, our pockets slowly becoming emptier and emptier […]

What makes a Law Soc auditor?

Law Soc is a well known society on campus, running some of the biggest social events such as the Galway getaway, Law Ball, the annual Maples Law Ball and the European getaway. Despite being a society focused on a specific course, it boasts a membership that stretches across campus. With sponsorship from some of Ireland’s […]

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