First Minister Michelle O’Neill: A Dawn of a New Era?

Boyd Stephen explores the potential political implications of O’Neills position as First Minister in Northern Ireland

After having been suspended for around two years, Stormont was reopened at the beginning of the month, and Northern Ireland’s first Nationalist and Republican First Minister, Michelle O’Neill, was sworn into office. This comes in the wake of the historic


Behind the Buttery: An inside look into the food hub of Trinity campus

Though the Buttery is a popular staple amongst the student population, few know the inner workings of how the Buttery functions to serve the student body and within the campus as a whole

As most students at Trinity know, the Buttery is the place to go for an afternoon meal in between lectures for students and professors alike – the go-to catering facility on campus. Though the Buttery is popular among students, few


112,783 student interactions, 80 employees: Inside the Academic Registry

Trinity News goes inside the Academic Registry to find out how this one office handles the queries of 30,000 students and whether or not its poor reputation is truly the product of inefficient management


Before 2013, if a Trinity student needed help paying their tuition, they had to venture over to the College Green Costa Coffee and visit the Financial Services Office located upstairs. For Erasmus and admissions queries, help could be found in