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What Trinity means to me, and what I mean to College, as a graduate

D. Joyce-Ahearne evaluates his alumnus relationship with Trinity and with College, arguing that the two are far from the same thing

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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

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Where writers come together

Cave Writings is quickly becoming the focal point for Dublin’s young literary set, according to its Trinity founder.

InDepthOn February 5th, in the Wine Cave of KC Peaches on Nassau Street, a group of 20 odd 20-somethings listened to each other read their poems and short stories. There was no name for what was going on until about …

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Don’t rush into college

Having to pick a path that will lead you to the rest of your life is a terrifying and bizarre idea.



The law states that you must attend school until the age of 16 or until you have completed three years of secondary education. After that point, you’re free to go. Most students today, however, stay  on to sit the Leaving …

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