Eamon Ryan provides his vision on building a greener society

Often the site of boisterous pre-drinks, blaring music and intense games of beer pong, on the evening of Tuesday 13 February 2018, the canteen of Trinity Hall was transformed into a somewhat more tranquil venue, hosting a talk entitled ‘Our Future: A Talk on Building a Greener Society’. Lined up to speak on the topic […]

Feminist literature unwrapped

Louise O’Neill, a critically acclaimed Irish writer hailing from Cork, visited the GMB last night courtesy of FemSoc and LitSoc. The author of “Asking For It” and “Only Ever Yours” was a humble and gracious guest who made it clear at the beginning of the night that she was very appreciative of the crowd that […]

This Week in Trinity: from Valentines blues to Green Week

This week celebrates Trinity Green Week 2018, a five day event that aims to raise awareness on environmental issues and what we can do to solve them. This week also signifies the beginning of SU election campaigning, and this hustings, so make sure you know your candidates! And of course, how could we forget Valentines […]

Where will your summer take you?

One thing all university students have in common is three to four months off from the stresses and strains of college during the summer. This time is filled with a variety of things – from student startups, to opportunities abroad, to full time work. We each have different priorities, time constraints, and budgets. Sometimes it […]

If the shoe fits

For the uninitiated, the Bram Stoker Club is a place where students can write and deliver a paper on any subject they’re interested in. Topics can range from nuclear war to time travel to Taylor Swift’s disastrous new album.   For many students, listening to an essay presentation in between lectures is not a particularly […]

Two chairs, numerous stories

Michael West’s first work, ‘A Play on Two Chairs’ premiered in DU Players Theatre in 1989, when the playwright was still a student at Trinity College. This week, the play, now directed by Max Kane with Anna McLoughlin, is staged again in its original location, each weekday at 1 pm. As part of the Trinity […]

Ní tír gan teanga

This week in Trinity will mark Éigse na Tríonóide 2018, a celebration of the Irish language hosted by TCDSU and An Cumann Gaelach. Appropriately themed “An Phobal ag teacht le chéile”  or “The community comes together” for those non-irish speakers amongst us, this week long festival focuses on a variety of events aimed at celebrating […]

This week in Trinity: Trinity Arts Festival and Eigse na Trionoide

It’s week four in Trinity and this week brings us a range of thought- provoking and fun events includingas well as Trinity’s Arts Festival (TAF) and Eigse na Trionoide. Combined, they have a whole host of enticing events for people with a variety of interests so be sure to check out their pages for the […]

Harry Potter “hack” hints at upcoming Litsoc event

A series of Harry-Potter related photos and messages were posted across several society and Students’ Union accounts today, hinting at an upcoming event for Trinity Literary Society (Litsoc).   The posts, all of which contained the caption “<this is a hack>,” referenced Harry Potter trivia and were posted at 6pm today.   A photo posted on […]

A sneak peak at TMT’s “Evita”

Last Thursday, before embarking on a rehearsal of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ‘Evita’, some members of the cast and crew of Trinity’s Musical Theatre Society made time to discuss their collective adventure with Trinity Life. After the success of ‘West Side Story’ which sold out the day before the premiere, TMT has decided to offer not […]


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