Student Living

Enacting change in a world put on pause

Laura Dennehy, Country Manager of Enactus Ireland, reflects on the changes enforced by Covid-19 and the ways in which students have continued to engage in social issues

The events of the past year have left many of us with the feeling that our usually hectic lives have been temporarily put on hold. No one will deny that the effects of the pandemic have resulted in unprecedented challenges

Student Living

Trinity Journal of Literary Translation– Translating literature and culture through language

Literature has the power to connect people through a shared appreciation of language and diverse cultural backgrounds

“Translators are the beating heart that makes it possible for stories to flow beyond borders and across oceans.” So writes Frank Wynne in the introduction to his 2018 short story anthology, Found in Translation. The Trinity Journal of Literary Translation

Student Living

Silver [coined] linings

Cian Dunne discusses how government restrictions have led to money saved in lockdown

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Looking back on the nationwide lockdown of March, April and May, many of us might have developed mixed feelings towards those weeks spent cooped up at home. Any

Student Living

The 2008 recession and the economic consequences of Covid-19

Trinity alumni recall graduating during the 2008 recession and offer advice to post-Covid students


For the majority of young people studying in Ireland today, the financial crisis in 2008 and the subsequent recession led to them being affected in some way by the economic repercussions. Frankly, it’s difficult to find someone who wasn’t either