The elephant, the wellies and me

  “I was diagnosed with dyslexia when I was 15 and it came as a massive relief. I finally had a way of understanding why some things, like telling left from right or spelling anything that wasn’t phonetic, was impossible to me.”   My life would change forever when, at the age of four, my […]

Design and Violence Exhibition at TCD’s Science Gallery

Trinity’s Science Gallery have launched a new exhibition, Design and Violence, which explores the way both elements intersect with our lives. A co-production by the New York Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) and the Science Gallery, the exhibition defines violence as “both deliberate harm caused to a person or thing, and as a byproduct or […]

Trinity Equality Fund awards 13 applicants

The fund focuses on equality issues relating to nine grounds of discrimination under Irish law

DCU train trip causes controversy with Irish Rail

Rail said that the train was discovered to contain vomit, ‘other fluids’ and even a used condom.

Ents to clamp down on ticket touts amidst unprecedented demand for Trinity ball tickets

As hundreds are posting to the event page to apply for a waiting list, Trinity Ents has issued a statement that touted tickets are to be reallocated. It is not clear, however, how this will be carried out.

Dr Mo Ibrahim addresses TCD Law Soc

Dr Ibrahim spoke a length about some of the challenges that Africa faces today as a continent

Trinity Dragons’ Den won by Superbowl startup

The Trinity Entrepreneurial Societies Dragons’ Den won by Superbowl, who hope to fill gap in the market

UCDSU criticise UCD management in wake of revenge porn controversy

According to the statement from UCDSU, university management also “alleged that the entire [revenge porn] situation was manipulated by the students’ union to advance their consent campaign”

NCAD Student Action view appointment of new director with “absolute scepticism”

The student group have staged several sit-ins and protests against the mismanagement of the college and its accounts

USI launches Say Something card, providing information for students who have experienced sexual violence

“We hope this card will be an aid to students who find themselves in the position where they’re victims of violence and don’t know what to do next”

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