The ousting of Mugabe has been a long time coming

On Wednesday morning, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe was placed under house arrest, as the Zimbabwean military launched a government takeover.   Footage of Major General Sibusiso Moyo was broadcast on state television from the early hours of Wednesday morning. The Maj. General claimed that the actions were only a temporary measure ‘targeting criminals’ that have […]

What does Trinity stand for?

In a few weeks, thousands of freshers will be going to orientation lectures. They’re going to be told, as you were, and as I was, that they’re lucky to be here – that they’re privileged to be going to the one of the great, internationally renowned universities.   In the last number of years, Trinity […]

Scholarships, Classics and The Phil: Oscar Wilde at Trinity

    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 on the Cricket pitch. As alumni, they have gone on to make great […]

The surprising geology of Dublin’s Oscar Wilde statue

Immortalising one of College’s best-loved alumni, Merion Square’s colourful statue receives a well-deserved closer inspection, Gavin Kenny investigates its geology.

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