Offbeat Donuts will be selling donuts in the Students Union (SU) shop in House 6 from Monday of Freshers Week
Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) has launched a partnership with Offbeat Donuts which will see a donut stand in the SU shop in House 6 from Monday of Freshers Week.
Speaking of the partnership, Communications and Marketing Officer Úna …
MacPherson will be next year’s Education Officer, while Harty won in the Communications and Marketing race
Una Harty has been elected Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) Communications Officer, while Alice MacPherson will serve as the next Education Officer.
Harty, a third year Nanoscience student, ran unopposed and received 85.3% of the vote to become the …
Bryan Mallon, Damien McClean, Kevin Keane and Una Harty were brought before a meeting of the EC this afternoon
Four candidates in the Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) sabbatical elections have been sanctioned by the Electoral Commission (EC) in a meeting today. The candidates involved are; Damien McClean, running for Welfare Officer; Úna Harty, running in the Communications …
“The biggest part of Communications is listening”
Úna Harty, JS Nanoscience student, is the sole candidate in this year’s Communications and Marketing Officer election. Trinity News say down with Úna to ask about her qualifications, her plans for the role and her views on the SU.
Una Harty reviews Trinity’s own night of glamour, glitz and hijinks as the Roses took over the Sugar Club stage last night
The title ‘The Rose of Trinity’ suggests poise, tranquility and elegance. Yet such a concoction of Hugh Fitzgibbon’s nimble wit, James Kavanagh’s invasive questioning and an ode to the “Huns of the Hamilton” ensured that that was not the offering …
The colour of Rainbow Week continues with the Questioning and Allies panel discussion, with speakers providing insight into the often diverse experience of coming out
As part of Rainbow week, TCDSU Welfare and Q Soc held an event which dealt with issues surrounding sexuality and identity in general, and advice on how to find whats right for you in developing your identity and coming out. …
In the second installment in the Trinity/Identity series, Trinity Life editor Úna Harty sits down with students and staff to discuss religion and faith on campus
“The other side of religion is that you go into yourself. There is more to life than what you can see, taste and touch than scientific rationale.”
What happens when you ask a Catholic, a Muslim, a Jew, a Wiccan, …
Tar éis an Oireachtas, labhraíonn eagarthóir Trinity Life Úna Ní Artaigh le Ciarán Wadd ón Chumann chun solas a scoith ar saol an Ghaeilge ar champas
“It is a bit sad though that English speakers go there not even attempting to speak Irish. How hard is it to say “pionta Guinness le do thoil”?”
Bhuaileas le Ciarán Wadd, Leas-Reachtaire an Chumainn, atá ina thriú bliain dena …
Trinity Life editor Úna Harty heads along to the Q&A session with the Manchurian popular science communicator Brian Cox
Particle physicist Professor Brian Cox descended upon the GMB this afternoon to greet science and non-science Trinity students alike. The ‘Wonders of…’ presenter and the author/co-author of over 950 scientific publications and brought this rhetoric to the chamber with his …