Features, Life

How the sunshine might make me fail my exams

As we’re blessed with more and more days of blazing sunshine, one student describes the lure of the Pav in good weather and the threat this poses to our grades

It’s 2pm on a Wednesday afternoon. You’re struggling through assignments, pondering the revision you ought to have started, or really any sort of work that a responsible college student would be doing at this time of year. Your phone lights

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DUCAC runs €40,000 deficit in 2015/16

The organisation funded the deficit by drawing on their €80,000 surplus from 2014/15

NEWS

Dublin University Central Athletics Club (DUCAC), the body that regulates and funds sports clubs in Trinity, ran a 40,000 deficit in the year 2015/16, according to accounts shared with Trinity News. DUCAC largely funded this deficit by drawing on

The Pav gets political: Polsoc and SOFIA’s screening of the Trump/Clinton debate

Eunice Collins reviews the debate, screened by Trinity’s politics society and SOFIA at the Pav

NEWS

The Trump/Clinton debate was screened by SOFIA and the Politics Society in the Pav yesterday evening. The enthusiastic turnout surpassed the seating available, but students stayed and watched through the open back door, eager for a glimpse of the next …