Trinity Literary Society win three categories at annual CSC awards

Trinity Literary Society won Best Medium Society, Best Society Publication, and Best Event at tonight’s Central Societies Committee (CSC) awards held in the Clontarf Castle Hotel.   Trinity VDP claimed best overall society. They also won Best Large Society over fellow nominees An Cumann Gaelach, DU Players, TCD Law Soc and the College Historical Society (The Hist).   The […]

This week in Trinity: celebrating women to beat the post-Reading Week blues

If you have spent the last few days cramming in those essays you swore you’d do over Reading Week or, like many, have been desperately trying to get back to Dublin, there are a range of events on this week to help you unwind. It’s also International Women’s Week and there are events for all […]

At PolSoc, nothing is off the table

Topics like Brexit, Palestine, and the Eighth Amendment can cause awkward silences at some dinner tables, but at Trinity Politics Society (PolSoc), these are mere conversation starters. On Thursday afternoons, vociferous chatter emanates from the top floor of House Six, where the society holds its weekly “Caffeinated Conversations” get-together.   Indeed, both coffee and conversations […]

The significance of Scéim

“Sin deireadh na trialach, slán.”   For many students, these five words heard at the end of the Leaving Certificate Irish Oral Exam mark the definitive end of their involvement with the Irish language. Fourteen years of having strange guttural noises and ill-fitting consonant combinations drilled into you, and for what? The number of native […]

The “right choice”

What are the characteristics that spring to mind when you think of a law student? A brilliant debater, a confident public speaker, an avid reader. Someone who spends their life in the library. A person who is capable of learning off vast amounts of facts, case names, and dates.   What are my characteristics? Someone […]

Your guide to the Trinity Ball lineup

With the announcement of the Trinity Ball lineup coming from theGMB through a live stream on Facebook last week, many students were quick to laud this year’s lineup as one of the strongest it has been in years. However, a few folks in the GMB were left scratching their head at a few of the […]

The conundrum of chronic pain

I am struggling to write this article for many reasons. I am very lucky to have the body I have, I recognise this privilege and am grateful every day. Regardless, I suffer from chronic pain. To be more specific: spinal pain.   Take an “S” shaped spine, a few major operations, a couple of footlong […]

Chatting with Niteline

Niteline is a well-known name on campus. Largely due to its ubiquitous posters in seemingly every bathroom in Trinity, most of us are aware the organisation exists. However, for students who have not used the service themselves, Niteline is also something of a mystery. To shed light on the service and the benefits it provides […]

What happens after Repeal?

Last Tuesday, the Phil hosted “Beyond Repeal”. The Phil sought to discuss what will happen if the eighth amendment is repealed with a panel of highly respected and knowledgeable speakers.     Beginning with a brief introduction each of the speakers outlined their involvement with the campaign. Julie O’Donnell spoke first of her personal experience […]

Photographer Doug Allen on adventure, animals and activism

Thursday evening, the Environment Society and TCD Plastic Solutions collaborated with TCDSU to bring Doug Allen, a world renowned photographer to Trinity. The ticketed event garnered a huge amount of attention on campus, resulting in the lecture hall being packed full.     Allen spoke of “two big frontiers” in the 1960’s: space and underwater, […]


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