There’s an excitement and a sense of change on the horizon.
Mulligan, the editor-at-large of Trinity News, has been appointed editor of the paper for the 2015-16 academic year.
Matthew Mulligan spoke to past SU presidents to find out what union life was like during their terms.
The message of safe sex needs to be pitched now more than ever to people of all sexualities and genders.
Trinity magazines of the early 1980s demonstrate an almost alien radicalism to those of today.
Having a place to call one’s own, an address to put after your name when applying for services and the safety and sanctity of your own space can be essential to start seeking help.
It is integral that all citizens of a republic feel security and safety in their lives.
Five students from different universities talk about their experiences seeking help with mental illnesses.
Matthew Mulligan reflects on the significance of last week’s right to water rally.
71.7% of Trinity students graduated with either a first or a 2.1 between 2004 and 2013.