Life, News

Inside ‘God On Tap’

Trinity Life dropped into the Methodist Chaplaincy’s bi-weekly discussion, this week focusing on the topic of ‘why people of faith are voting for Trump’

trinity-life

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

Life, News

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

Deputy Trinity Life Editor, Alice Whelan, celebrates Spirit Day, a day which promotes solidarity in the LGBTQIA+ community in the fight against homophobic bullying

trinity-life

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

News

Baroness Hale speaks to TCD Law Soc

Baroness Hale made history when she was appointed to the House of Lords in 2004, becoming the first female to be appointed

The Trinity Praeses Elit Award was awarded to Baroness Brenda Hale by TCD Law Society on 11 March. Baroness Hale made history when she was appointed to the House of Lords in 2004, becoming the first female to be appointed. 

News

TAF 2016: Superstar author Margaret Atwood speaks to packed GMB chamber

There is no pension plan, no retirement, and if you say you wish to be a writer at school your parents may have “renal failure,” she joked

Author Margaret Atwood, who has won countless literary awards, including the prestigious Man Booker prize for her novel The Blind Assassin, spoke to the University Philosophical Society (Phil) in conjunction with Trinity Arts Festival (TAF) today, February 25. Atwood was …

News

Mandatory sexual consent classes sought by UCDSU after revenge porn controversy

It came to light last week that as many as 200 UCD students may have formed a Facebook chat group in which explicit photos and anecdotes of female students were shared and rated without their consent

NEWSFollowing recent revelations regarding revenge porn at University College Dublin (UCD), UCD’s Students’ Union (UCDSU) has said that it is seeking funding from the college to introduce compulsory consent classes for all students starting from the next academic year.

It