This week in Trinity: Marching, mental health, and much more

As the madness and excitement of both Freshers’ week and the first week of lectures passes, our lives begin to return to somewhat of a reality. However this return to the usual slog of essay deadlines and assignments can render the college week decidedly monotonous and leave us all yearning for a society event to […]

Trinitones release new song after three week Australian tour

After months of fundraising and performing, at the beginning of last month the Trinitones embarked on a trip down under to Australia. This trip marked the group returning the visit by Australian a capella group, the Trinity Tiger Tones, who came to Ireland last year and performed with the Trinitones in the Bello Bar. Spending […]

An evening of activism

On Monday 25th September, the Hist welcomed American civil rights activist, Al Sharpton. Born in Brooklyn, New York in 1954, Sharpton became a key figure in the civil rights movement, especially for the African American community in the Northern states.   In 1971, he founded the National Youth Movement which raised resources for young people […]

DU Amnesty and the SU start off the ‘It’s time- Repeal the 8th Campaign’

Perched comfortably on their grand chairs in the Graduate Memorial Building, Colm O’Gorman and Ailbhe Smyth were right at home. Sitting before members of the Students’ Union and DU Amnesty International, the director of Amnesty Ireland and feminist activist spoke with undeniable zeal and palpable passion, mesmerizing us all. And what seemed like such a […]

Cure your post-Freshers’ blues with Urban Jungle

In an attempt to tackle the post Freshers’ Week blues, Trinity Ents has teamed up with Plynk, a money messaging app, as well as DU Players and TCD Fashion Soc to present The Meeting House Square: Urban Jungle. In doing this, they promise to help fill the inevitable void that has been left after the […]

This week in Trinity: Empowerment, engagement, and the Eighth Amendment

This week looks set to be dominated by events taking place as part of Empowerment Week., a week of activism run by the Students’ Union in collaboration with college societies as well as external organisations. There will be workshops, panel discussions and talks from esteemed guest speakers taking place throughout the week.   The events […]

The Phil presents: My Dad Wrote a Porno

This Thursday the Phil decided to embrace the literary heritage of the Bram Stoker award by presenting it to the team behind My Dad Wrote a Porno,  a podcast responsible for disseminating the Belinda Blinked series to the world — a ‘literary erotica’ written by ‘Rocky Flintstone’, the father of one of the presenters.   The […]

Tramline plays host to a salty session for surfers, skiers and students alike

This Freshers’ Thursday saw the newly opened Tramline on Hawkins St play host to DUDJ, DU Snowsports and Surf Club for their collaboration with TCDSU Ents for Deep Freeze: Sea Bass.   This sea session had been in the works for many months, and set to be one of the biggest nights of Freshers’ Week, […]

Fáilte chuig an gcóisir

It’s a well-known fact that the Leaving Cert Irish syllabus doesn’t agree with everyone. Maybe you got lucky and went to a Gaelscoil, or had an opportunity to actually engage with the literature on a level beyond being able to recite Géibheann in your sleep.   For a startling majority though, Irish isn’t so much […]

What’s on in Dublin this weekend

Culture Night Friday September 22 is Culture Night, a nationwide celebration of Irish arts and culture. Events will take place all evening all over the city , from the Abbey Theatre to Áras an Uachtaráin, some of which will be in Irish. The entire city will be buzzing with plays, concerts and exhibitions as venues […]


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