The scheme includes further commitments to promoting the Irish language within Trinity
Trinity’s third Irish Language Scheme came into effect at the beginning of this month, following approval of the Board and the Minister of Arts, Heritage and Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht affairs.
The third of Trinity’s Irish Language Schemes extends from …
With no money, no food and no place to stay, I managed to live on the campus of Trinity College for five days, relying only on my wits and natural survival skills to make it through this week-long stay in …
Aréir chuaigh Sinéad de Barra chug ócáid sár-speisialta leis an gCumann Gaelach, DUISS agus S2S
“Bhí iarrachtaí cróga uaisle ag teacht ón ngrúpa agus iad ag iarraidh ainmneacha ar nós “Tadhg” agus “Róisín” a rá. Gan amhras, bhí gach duine ag gáire tar éis tamaillín. “
Ag a seacht ó chlog Dé Máirt bhailigh slua …
With Body and Soul week approaching, Laura Grady gives the highlights of the week ahead
Body and Soul week offers a chance to bring together societies and bodies in college, who are all working towards the aim of promoting self-confidence and boosting self-esteem.
This week the Student Union is running Body and Soul Week, a …
The famous invarsity rat race in aid of charity shall now be expecting contestants to try out the cúpla focail
Trinity VDP, DU Amnesty and Cumann Gaelach TCD today announced that An Cumann Gaelach are to partner with both of the campus charities for next March’s Jailbreak event.
Áine Haberlin, Reachtaire of An Cumann Gaelach spoke passionately about the announcement.…
Trinity News embarked upon an adventure to locate the famous District 8
Trinity Ents started their freshers’ week with a bang with ‘Cóisir’, an event featuring Katie Laffan and Daithí, and collaborated with An Cumann Gaelach, SUAS and The Hist.
The night began in the Hist conversation room, featuring a lavish reception …
Luke O’Reilly and Ferdy Emmet pick out the essential sign-ups for this week, so save yourself the four-year trial and error
The Phil is the oldest student society in the world which goes from strength to strength every year. Popular among freshers, the Phil considers its members to all be part of one big Phamily (Lord!). A tight-knit group, …