Vive la révolution?

The Hist battled over the motion of whether the House Would Overthrow the Establishment

The Hist, along with Trinity Politics Society, began their first debate of the term yesterday, debating the motion “This House Would Overthrow the Establishment”. Jack Synnott opened the debate for the proposition with the famous Marxist quote: “The history


This week in Trinity: ethical entrepreneurship, the Fall of the Wall and Trans Day of Remembrance

It’s week 11 and with a TMT showcase, Trans Remembrance Day with TCDSU and a whole host of science based events, there’s plenty of reason to escape the library

Week eleven in Trinity is packed full of fun events, proving that even as term starts to draw to a close and deadlines are fast approaching, Trinity’s societies still can find time to put on a show.


Monday kicks


Ballin’ in Trinity

From Apollo Ball to Swing Ball: an overview of the biggest society balls on campus

Whether it’s your first year in Trinity or your last, you’re certain to have realised that this college has a penchant for formality. Any excuse to don a tuxedo or a sequined gown and pretend they’re at the Met Gala


This Week in Trinity: Free Speech, the Environment and the Space Industry

It’s week 6 in Trinity and as essays and exams get closer and closer, society events seem to get more and more interesting

As we reach the midway point of the term and you start to finally appreciate the truly horrific amount of essays you have due before reading week, now is the most important time to have something to look forward to


This Week in Trinity: Oktoberfest, Feminism and Micheal Martin

Week 4 is packed with a wide array of important speakers and musical events, as well as a chance to sign up to societies in the Atrium

Congratulations, you’re halfway to reading week! As those essay deadlines get ever closer and you start to wonder why you ever missed college over the summer, don’t fret. Week 4 in Trinity has a plethora of intriguing events to distract