It’s time to tackle period poverty head on

TCDSU Welfare and Equality Officer Aoife Bennett discusses the barriers in place to period dignity at Trinity.

On Tuesday 7th of November, I brought a proposal to the Student Life Committee urging College to tackle period poverty on campus by providing students and staff with free period products in college bathrooms. The proposal was backed by the


Northern Ireland set for another year with no local government: But how did we get here?

Trinity News talks about what has happened to government in the North, and where it might go next

Since the Good Friday Agreement in April 1998, Northern Ireland has been led by a power-sharing executive that demands cooperation from both Nationalist and Unionist parties to function. Tension between the parties and a failure to unite is, of course,


Is work from home killing the ‘fun’ workspaces?

Trinity News investigates the incentives behind modern millennial workspaces, and their incentives compared to pandemic-induced ‘hybrid’ working models

The move away from more traditional office spaces was spearheaded by Google in 2003, when the tech giant relocated its headquarters to an extensive 2m square foot (45.9 acres) campus aptly titled Googleplex in Mountain View, California. With this move,