Last week, in my first act as a Trinity College alumnus, I requested my graduate reader’s card for the library. It came within five working days. In my first act as a graduate reader, I then requested a book from stacks. Even though I was told that I had missed the morning call for requests, […]
D. Joyce-Ahearne’s hatchet job of a reactionary cultural critic: his past self.
Cave Writings is quickly becoming the focal point for Dublin’s young literary set, according to its Trinity founder.
A positive to reflect on, and look forward to, is the election of an SU that looks like the most dynamic and interesting I’ve seen so far in Trinity.
Having to pick a path that will lead you to the rest of your life is a terrifying and bizarre idea.
The reality of gender identity in Trinity is stagnant, despite its recently launched Gender Expression and Identity Policy.
The move has been criticised for potentially leading to the criteria for the SU’s LGBT rights officer being widened.
The people who fought in the Rising – as well those protesting last week against water charges – were not “respectable”.
D Joyce Ahearne reflects on the significance of student life