Caoimhe Gordon speaks to TCDSU President, Lynn Ruane about the reverberations the budget cut will have for student and staff parents.
There have been few departments and services which have emerged unscathed from budget cuts in recent years. Funding for capitated bodies within the College was slashed by 10% last year. The Sports Centre budget has been cut by €136,000. The …
Caoimhe Gordon discusses how global warming is placing a student’s beverage of choice under threat
Every year, a similar trend emerges among the Trinity student body as the days begin to grow shorter. The temperature appears to be the only thing dropping faster than the average student’s enthusiasm to attend lectures. There only seems to …
With the constant threat of theft hanging overhead, Caoimhe Gordon investigates further measures students can take to protect themselves
Picture the scene: you are out with friends and then you reach into your pocket or your bag, grasping hopelessly for a phone or wallet. The moment of panic hits – where is it? You are 100% certain that it …
While wandering through campus on a breezy autumnal afternoon, here is a brief summation of what can be heard all around: the crunch of leaves underfoot, the laughter of friends ready to learn, the whispering of a cool breeze through …
As memories of freedom and tans continue to fade, Trinity News speak to three students about their summer experiences.
With over 16,000 students, each with 4 months of freedom at their disposal, it is no surprise that some of Trinity’s very own have some very interesting stories to tell about their time away from Front Square. Trinity News spoke …
Computer science students Conor Brennan and Peter Meehan speak about their achievements with developing Trinity’s new ID app
Trinity is the first institution in the country to provide students with a digital ID which can be downloaded for free on mobile devices. This now provides students with the possibility to use many college services without producing their physical …
What once was seen as a last resort is now growing in popularity among students. Caoimhe Gordon speaks to two students and founder of CollegeCribs.ie about this emerging trend.
This year, the accommodation crisis reached an undeniable peak for students. “The race for student accommodation began earlier than ever this year, with reports from our landlords that accommodation was already booked out before the end of April”, explains Edward …
Caoimhe Gordon catches up with the outgoing captain Rebecca O’Keefe as she reflects upon a year of great triumph achieved by the team
Last year marked a period of unbelievable achievement for Trinity Lady’s Basketball team. Not only was the talented team the champion of the Division 1 League as well as the Division ‘A’ Varsity winner, their achievements rendered the team the …
Did you log onto your Facebook account this weekend? Did you scroll absentmindedly through your newsfeed? Did you stumble across a post about the phenomenon that is Jailbreak? Or were you glued to the Jailbreak website, tracking teams and cursing …
The official Trinity Ents Twitter account was hacked this morning. Disparaging tweets about Trinity Ball and its promoter, MCD, were posted to the account, which has over 2,200 followers, on the first day of ticket sales for this year’s Ball.…