Dissecting the dissertation process

With the time to choose your modules for next year fast approaching, most of those rising to their final year will have the choice to do a dissertation, and some of those  in lower years  may make choices which will determine whether they’re able to write a dissertation.  Set at 12,000 words in most subjects, […]

A bookworm’s guide to Dublin’s literary havens

  On Wednesday February 15, the Literary Society gathered with members and book enthusiasts alike at the front of  House 6 to begin their tour of bookshops and literary hubs in Dublin.  In good spirit, we left campus for the first stop on the route, Hodges Figgis. Stopping at the gates, members were entertained with […]

Tapping into the Trinity Access Programme

  In April 2016, the Trinity Access Programmes (TAP) organised a “privilege walk” to highlight the diversity within Trinity, and to raise awareness of who they are and what exactly they are trying to achieve. The primary aim of TAP is to make college a reality for those who feel excluded from that narrative and […]

Lights, Camera, Trinity!

    “It seems that the benefits of Trinity’s internationally positive reputation are not confined to the field of academics”   Last month saw Trinity College buzzing with excitement as Mel Gibson began his three days of filming on campus for his upcoming movie, The Professor and the Madman. This big-screen adaptation stars Game of […]

FRESH to the Cobblestones: DU General Science Society

This year has seen the introduction of many new societies with one of those being the DU General Science Society.   Speaking about their formation, Public Relations Officer Conor Rossi explained that “most courses have their own society, English has the LitSoc and B.E.S.S. have DUBES and while there are societies dedicated to different branches […]

Rainbow Week 2016 launched

Jessica McKeon: “This year we want the week to really be a celebration of being LGBTQ and all that our community has achieved”

Ice Cube and Kevin Hart speak to The Phil

“When you do a film like Straight Outta Compton, the awards come way before the award shows. The awards come from the people, the studio and everyone involved in making the film”

Trinity VDP launches biggest Christmas appeal yet

This year the society is reaching out to clubs, societies and class representatives for help.

Trinity alumnus wins Nobel Prize

Professor Campbell and Professor Omura were awarded the prize for their work in the creation of Avermectin, a drug that combats infections caused by roundworm parasites

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Illustration

Aisling Crabbe
Natalia Duda
Sarah Morel
Mike Dolan
John Tierney
Naoise Dolan
Sarah Larragy
Mubbashir Ali Sultan
Nadia Bertaud
Daniel Tatlow

Photography

Kevin O'Rourke
Ines Niarchos
Huda Awan