A place to call our own

The Need for a Student Centre   “As the college grows, the consequences of not having a student centre, or even simply a seating space for students, becomes increasingly evident.”   Though Trinity is lucky to have a leafy and historic campus, attracting hundreds of thousands of tourists each year, there is a distinct lack […]

Embracing brunch

  Brunch is a favourite with both yummy mummys and hungover students alike. Some might view brunch as a classy affair, where one is well-presented and drinking mimosas. Students might be more accustomed to enjoying a good brunch after a heavier night while steering clear of further alcohol.   Personally, I think an appropriate brunch […]

A students’ Dublin: Smithfield

  As we draw ever closer to summer, the question of accommodation for next year is a pressing issue for many. With prices at vertigo-inducing heights, the options available to students can be rather limited. For students seeking to change location, here is some advice based upon others’ personal experience on where may suit you […]

The Glass Wall in Trinity

An engaging installation popped up early this afternoon near the cricket pitch on College’s campus. Students might have been surprised to encounter a colourful cling film wall stretched between two trees, and some may have even contributed to the messages being written on this wall, relating to solidarity with refugees. Trinity Life decided to investigate […]

R&L Debate: This House Would Ban Memes

On Wednesday evening the GMB chamber hosted the College Historical Society’s R&L debate, which is a motion picked by freshers. The  debate is then run by first years, and only first years speak. The motion the first years selected was “This House Would Ban Memes”, a universally appealing motion that leaves plenty of room for […]

Going against the grain: student-run club nights

Student-run club nights are a particular favourite of Trinity students, with nights both run by and targeted at Trinity students packing big venues to their capacity. It is not easy to gather this kind of support and successfully an independent club night, but student-run events such as BoraBora, the Midnight Disco and Wrekt have garnered […]

Forming your identity within the LGBT community: a panel discussion

  As part of Rainbow week, TCDSU Welfare and Q Soc held an event which dealt with issues surrounding sexuality and identity in general, and advice on how to find whats right for you in developing your identity and coming out. The role of allies in the LGBT community was also addressed. Speakers gave personal […]

On target: Archery Soc

For those of you that don’t know, Trinity has its very own Archery Society, conjuring up images of a Hunger Games-esque training camp. However Archery Soc doesn’t pit students against one another in life or death situations to make you quiver. With an active social side as well as coached classes and tournaments, Archery Soc […]

Inside ‘God On Tap’

Last Tuesday the Methodist Chaplaincy of Trinity held their usual bi-weekly ‘God on Tap’ discussion. This time the topic of discussion was more controversial than usual, namely  ‘why people of faith are voting for Trump’. I was intrigued to discover how people of faith could possibly be reconciling their views with the rhetoric of Donald […]

Q Soc and friends raise spirits for LGBTQIA+ homophobic bullying awareness day

Today members and friends of Q Soc Trinity’s LGBTQIA+ society gathered in Front Square to take a stand against homophobic bullying for Spirit Day.   Spirit Day is held on the third Thursday of October every year as part of National Bullying Prevention Month. The event aims to fight against the bullying of the LGBTQIA+ […]

Editors





Niamh Lynch
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Kelly McGlynn
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Michael Foley
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Katarzyna Siewierska
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Clare McCarthy
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Illustration

Aisling Crabbe
Natalia Duda
Sarah Morel
Mike Dolan
John Tierney
Naoise Dolan
Sarah Larragy
Mubbashir Ali Sultan
Nadia Bertaud
Daniel Tatlow

Photography

Kevin O'Rourke
Ines Niarchos
Huda Awan