From humble beginnings in a dingy Budapest bedroom to performing at Electric Picnic, how have the past five years been for Trinity’s all-male a capella group?
The Trinitones celebrated their fifth birthday on the evening of April 1 with the event “Trinitones Present V: The Fifth Anniversary Concert”. Selling out days in advance, generations one through six came together for an evening of a cappella music …
Trinity has had many notable alumni pass through its grounds, but who were they when they were students and what did they actually get up to? In the case of Oscar Wilde, these are some of the questions Mary Hartnett sought to answer
Since it was founded in 1592, Trinity College has seen its fair share of notable individuals pass through Front Arch. As students, they roamed the corridors of the Museum Building, climbed the stairs of the GMB and practiced their shot …
The SMF event allowed for audience members to hear thoughts and tips on how to succeed in the modern-day business world.
The Trinity Student Managed Fund’s first event of the year took place yesterday evening in the Ed Burke Theatre. The Leadership Perspectives 2017 event is part of an annual series of leadership events and billed itself as SMF’s premier event …
Mary Hartnett fills you in on yesterday’s passionate and emotive conversation with prominent Irish musician and activist, Glen Hansard
Best known for his roles in the iconic film The Commitments and Academy Award winning musical Once, Glen Hansard yesterday took to the stage in the GMB’s Debating Chamber yesterday as he was awarded the Phil’s Gold Medal of Honorary …
Mary Hartnett reviews the top five restaurants where students can get some beautiful Christmas carvery dinner to really get into the Christmas spirit
The Dublin food scene has an ever-growing wide array of cuisines to choose from, from Mexican burrito joints and Italian pizza places to Chinese buffets and Greek cafés. However, as the evenings close in and December 25th becomes more of …
Trinity’s a capella group, the Trinitones, host a note-worthy evening of musical performances with their Australian counterparts, the Tiger Tones
On Friday night, the Bello Bar in Portobello hosted ‘Clash of the Tones’ which saw Trinity’s own a cappella group, the Trinitones, battle it out against the Tiger Tones, who hail from Melbourne, Australia. The event was a sell-out, evident …
Mary Hartnett reviews the first day of TCDSU Welfare’s Body and Soul week
Monday saw the kick-off of the SU Welfare’s first campaign week of the year, Body and Soul. A week with over 20 events and activities planned, this campaign is all about being “confident and comfortable in your body”. Free hot …