Catherine Comiskey, of the school of nursing and midwifery, said that she was honoured to be appointed
Trinity professor Catherine Comiskey has been appointed to the role of sole academic expert on the National Oversight Committee, which is responsible for implementing the new national drug and alcohol strategy for 2017-2025.
Regarding her appointment, the healthcare statistics professor …
The controversy came to light following a football match with Trinity News this evening
The University Times has been involved in a widespread doping scandal, sources have revealed. At least 20 members of the SU newsletter are believed to have been involved, in a secret report compiled by the SU itself.
The revelation comes …
From alcohol and drugs to grime music and the cold weather, Alice Whelan speaks to a number of students about their past Trinity Ball experiences
It is no mean feat for every stereotype of middle-class students to be fulfilled in one night. Love it or hate it, this private black-tie event held on campus is part and parcel of the spirit of Trinity.
Criticism tends …
The motion particularly focused upon the welfare aspects of drug decriminalisation
The Council of TCDSU voted tonight in favour of the Union adopting a formal stance in favour of decriminalisation of drugs. The first meeting of the Union’s Council, which took place this evening in the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute (TBSI) …
Common student drug use is not about the minority of students for whom drugs become an issue.
One of my residing memories from last year posed quite a juxtaposition, and stuck with me. I pushed open a bathroom stall in a club to find a girl licking the back of her student card. Nice one. Little over …
Prohibition further pushes drug abusers to the edges of society where their addiction will only deepen.
Due to what is essentially a legal fuck up on the part of Irish Court of Appeals, Ireland is now host to a Purge-esque 48-hour window in which it is temporarily legal to possess ketamine, ecstasy pills, magic mushrooms, …
Hallucinogenic drugs, such as ‘magic mushrooms’, have often been associated with the onset of various mental illnesses. However, recent studies have shown that hallucinogens may not cause mental health disorders at all, but can be used …
Last Tuesday night, Minister for State Alex White told the Dail that cannabis-based medical products are to be made available to the public. However, he added that “The Government has no plans to alter or repeal the …