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A crash course to studying General Science in Trinity

Last year’s junior freshmen give their advice on navigating one of the biggest courses in our university


Last September, the Junior Freshman students of 2016/17 waited in anticipation for their first experience of third level education to begin. General Science differs from many college courses, in that a single time-table is not administered during orientation week.

Instead, …

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Tramline plays host to a salty session for surfers, skiers and students alike

DUDJ, DU Snowsports and DU Surf Club dived into a night of boogying in Tramline for the Thursday of Freshers’ Week

This Freshers’ Thursday saw the newly opened Tramline on Hawkins St play host to DUDJ, DU Snowsports and Surf Club for their collaboration with TCDSU Ents for Deep Freeze: Sea Bass.

This sea session had been in the works for

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Freshers’ ball appalls and enthrals

The main event of the week gave students a chance to drink and awkwardly wave their hands in air

If you’ve ever wondered what the last days of Rome were like, you’re probably a Classics student. If, on the other hand, you aren’t a complete loser, you were probably at the big event of Freshers’ week, Trinity Ents’ Freshers’

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How to survive Fresher’s Week on a budget

Free pizza, Tesco lager and Guestlist Guide are all key to surviving the week debt free

Newsflash – money doesn’t buy happiness. Experts have found that your flashy Daniel Wellington watch, your high-falutin Michael Kors clutch, and your next-generation iPhone X will not help long-term with the release of those sweet, sweet endorphins into your brain.

Life

Review: An hour of sound and spectacle at ‘Night at the Museum Building’

Rory O’ Sullivan checks out the lunchtime show in Players for Week 5 of their Freshers’ Fest

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This week, anyone with a spare hour at lunchtime got to see something a little different at the Players theatre. Mercifully, ‘Night at the Museum Building’, written and directed by Úna Harty, had little to do with the Ben Stiller …

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Phil bring the glitz and glamour with club Philth

Phil Freshers’ week night with Q-Soc & TAF at the Grand Social follows up first debate of the year

Club Philth, the annual Freshers’ Week extravaganza of drinking and debauchery co-hosted this year by the Phil, Trinity Arts Festival and Q-Soc, took place on Thursday evening. Over 800 Trinity students descended upon the Grand Social for a Studio 54-inspired …

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Carnivlaw, candy floss and carousels of dancing

“Featuring candy floss, face painters and bucket loads of popcorn, by the time we arrived at the venue, the party was certainly in full-swing.”

Carnivlaw, the second Ents night of Freshers’ Week, drew large crowds and for good reason. Hundreds of students descended upon Camden Street’s Opium Rooms, and they were not disappointed. The event was hosted by LawSoc, DU Dance and DU Circus,

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Freshers’ Week Is Better the Second Time Around

Freshers, the supposed target audience, often don’t know how to “do” Freshers’ Week properly. Saoirse Ní Scanláin explains why she got more out of it this time around.

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Low expectations

I have recently discovered that I am extraordinarily talented at missing trains. My new-found hobby left me sitting on the cold floor of Carlow train station on the last day of Freshers’ Week, hoping to make it back

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