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Forming your identity within the LGBT community: a panel discussion

The colour of Rainbow Week continues with the Questioning and Allies panel discussion, with speakers providing insight into the often diverse experience of coming out


trinity-lifeAs part of Rainbow week, TCDSU Welfare and Q Soc held an event which dealt with issues surrounding sexuality and identity in general, and advice on how to find whats right for you in developing your identity and coming out.

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Trinity / Identity : Religion

In the second installment in the Trinity/Identity series, Trinity Life editor Úna Harty sits down with students and staff to discuss religion and faith on campus

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“The other side of religion is that you go into yourself. There is more to life than what you can see, taste and touch than scientific rationale.”


What happens when you ask a Catholic, a Muslim, a Jew, a Wiccan,

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Trinity and Identity: Sexuality

In this series, Trinity Life Editor Úna Harty attempts to bridge the gap between Trinity students and their relationship with different aspects of their lives.

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Sexuality is possibly one of the most complex aspects of the human race. It underpins a large part of how we interact with our peers and can significantly contribute to a person’s well-being; from personality traits to lifestyle choices.

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Sport

Football and the death of passion

Dylan O’Sullivan deconstructs the nature of sport as a surrogate battleground in the modern age

“It was more than just a game – it was a battle.”

As the human race has evolved over the centuries, our appetite for battle has come under increasing attack. The aggression and tribalism that led our species out of …

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What is privilege? TAP organises a privilege walk in Front Square

The event, held on Tuesday in conjunction with the Equality Fund, aimed to provoke participants to reflect on the impact social privilege has across society

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Trinity Access Programme took over Front Square on Tuesday to raise awareness for equality and the various privileged positions members of society can hold. A group of  participants were asked a series of questions centring around social disadvantage and privilege,

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Staff and students want Trinity to be more like Oxbridge according to survey by ‘Identity Initiative’

Lia Flattery

Staff Writer

  • Identity initiative part of new drive to boost Trinity’s international ranking
  • Hopes that new name and logo will “create a more cohesive and powerful story”
  • Members of public continue to identify Trinity as “snobbish”

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