Taking time to give back: charitable opportunities on campus

From cancer awareness to social entrepreneurship, here is a breakdown of some of the charities that are operated by students on campus

The chance to give back should never be sniffed at, and fortunately, there are plenty of opportunities for students to do so through the numerous charitable organisations run by Trinity students on campus.

Trinity Vincent de Paul

Arguably the most


The need for women in leadership: Julia Gillard speaks to the Phil

The former prime minister of Australia visited the Phil to speak about accessing education

The former Prime Minister of Australia, Julia Gillard, addressed members of the Phil yesterday. Gillard, who is the first woman to hold the highest political office in Australia, commenced a short speech by informing the audience that today was significant


Trinity overpower IT Blanchardstown

The home side’s physicality proved to be too much for their opponents in a dominant performance

Trinity 4

IT Blanchardstown: 0

Trinity Women’s Soccer triumphed over IT Blanchardstown in a lopsided contest in College Park for their Round 2 match of the Intervarsities Kelly Cup. Right-forward Deirdre Byrne scored all of the home side’s goals, scoring


Why the NFL is on the brink of civil war

Players refusing to stand during the national anthem has sparked controversy and protests amongst fans, players, and coaches

Weekends in the US are dedicated to American football. Friday nights see high school teams take to their local stadiums, holding the capacity to fit thousands of raucous fans. Saturdays see college teams play in front of crowds that rival …