It is much less scary to challenge those in power when you know you have the strength of a group behind you.
Why has blasphemy remained in Irish law for so long?
Trinity must show that it values the arts and humanities just as much as the sciences.
Killjoy Prophets, a collective of feminist women of colour, have risen to prominence in recent weeks.
Poet Julie O’Callaghan talks to James Bennett about her long writing career and the death of her husband Denis O’Driscoll.
The School of Pharmacy caused an upset last week when they scheduled two exams for closer to Christmas than usual.
We need a new politics, not a new set of parties.
Group stages protest “to pressure government into making choices that benefit young people and workers”
James Bennett, a man and not a number, rails against the black hole bureaucracy that is Trinity College.