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Coordinating our compassion

Incoming president Jack Natin explains that the new database is just one of the many ways VDP is taking social justice to another level

Trinity’s own St. Vincent de Paul society, or VDP, is the biggest society on campus. According to the Central Societies Committee it is also the best, having won this years awards for both Best Large Society and Best Overall Society.

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26 years of Trinity Club

This semester marks 26 years of the popular Vincent De Paul weekly activity as the club continues to go from strength to strength

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Every Wednesday, just before 6pm, a gathering occurs in one of Trinity’s most famed locations, Front Arch. This becoming locale is the meeting place of the aptly named Trinity Club which holds its weekly dalliances every week of term from …

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What is Green Week?

Laura Grant gives an overview of what SU Officer Thomas Emmet has in store for Green Week. Collaborating societies include ZooSoc, EnviroSoc, TAF, VDP and more

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This year, College’s Green Week launches on the week of the November 14, an earlier start from the slot of last year which saw the event run alongside the annual sabbatical elections. The aim of the week is to promote

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An Cumann Gaelach to join DU Amnesty and the VDP in Jailbreak line-up this year

The famous invarsity rat race in aid of charity shall now be expecting contestants to try out the cúpla focail

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Trinity VDP, DU Amnesty and Cumann Gaelach TCD today announced that An Cumann Gaelach are to partner with both of the campus charities for next March’s Jailbreak event.

Áine Haberlin, Reachtaire of An Cumann Gaelach spoke passionately about the announcement.

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Top society picks for freshers’ fair

Luke O’Reilly and Ferdy Emmet pick out the essential sign-ups for this week, so save yourself the four-year trial and error

The Phil

The Phil is the oldest student society in the world which goes from strength to strength every year. Popular among freshers, the Phil considers its members to all be part of one big Phamily (Lord!). A tight-knit group,

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Walking the Camino – 115 kilometers, 4 days and 100 Trinity students

Caoimhe Gordon explores the history and reveals secrets of participating in the popular pilgrimage

“When I close my eyes, it feels like I’m in Spain.”

This quote from a peregrino (pilgrim) during a sun streaked break on the second day of walking illustrated the common conundrum of the Camino- it was far from the …

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Trinity team wins Jailbreak 2016

Michael and Aoife, ‘The Absolute Chancers’, were first to reach Kościuszko Mound in Krakow

Jailbreak 2016 has seen a Trinity team come in first place. Michael McGrath and Aoife Curtin were the first of 90 competing teams to reach Kościuszko Mound in Krakow. Just as the winning team was announced, the goal of 50,000 …

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