Sunday longread: The chaos of reporting racism in Trinity

Analysing Trinity’s system of reporting racism in the midst of a global focus on race relations

The murder of 46-year-old African-American George Floyd by a white police officer in Minneapolis shook the world this summer. Hundreds of thousands of protesters across the globe showed their support for Floyd and joined the fight against systemic racism. From


Trinity moves up in 2019 QS Subject Rankings

Trinity ranks in top 50 universities worldwide for six subjects

Trinity has been ranked in the top 50 universities worldwide for six subjects in the latest QS World Universities Subject Rankings, an increase of two subjects from last year.

The six high-performing subjects include Classics and Ancient History, ranked 13


The Coronas to headline Trinity Ball

The lineup was announced tonight at the GMB

Internationally-renowned Irish rock band The Coronas are set to headline this year’s Trinity Ball alongside Bugzy Malone, Mabel, Mall Grab, and a range of other acts. The highly anticipated lineup announcement was made this evening in the Graduates Memorial Building


Pharmacy students rally following report against new integrated masters programme

Students marched alongside USI and IPSA to the Dáil in protest against unpaid work placements and fee increases

The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) and the Irish Pharmaceutical Students Association (IPSA) today launched their report entitled “Pharmacy Students’ Campaign Report: The Financial Burden of the new MPharm Programme on Students”. The group also marched to the gates


“Hate the housing crisis with all my heart”: Students affected by the housing crisis

With the discussion on the housing crisis, it can be easy to forget the people behind the numbers

Discussions and debates on housing and homelessness have been widespread on campus in the last few weeks. From a visit by Fianna Fáil’s leader, Micheál Martin, to the 3,000 person student-led march last week, to an urgent housing-related


Three institutes of technology are found to be up to €9.5 million in debt

The debt has been amassed by Galway-Mayo IT, IT Tralee and Waterford IT

Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT), Institute of Technology Tralee, and Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) are currently in debt of amounts up to €9.5 million. This information was released to the Dáil Public Accounts Committee (PAC) by the Higher Education