Spotlight Society: DU Pagan Society

Ella-Bleu Kiely sits down with DU Pagan Soc Chairperson Ian Creedon to uncover Trinity’s spiritual side

What is Paganism? The term is loosely defined as a polytheistic nature-worshipping religion that is the ancestral religion of the whole of humanity. From the Latin pāgānus meaning “rural”and later “civilian”, how is this belief system incorporated into student life


Society Spotlight: Zoo Soc

Ella-Bleu Kiely speaks with Zoo Soc President Isabel Quinn on the unapologetically animal mad society

“Appreciate the greatness of animals, but also leave them alone.” This is the main message which Trinity’s own Zoological Society (Zoo Soc) wishes to communicate. Zoo Soc was founded in 1974, and has since come to describe themselves as being


Spotlight Society: Psych Soc

Ella-Bleu Kiely speaks to Psych Soc President Charlie Conner on the society that cares for the mind

Believe it or not, not all psychologists just sit analysing people’s personal issues, and neither do members of Trinity’s Psych Soc. The term “psychology” refers to the scientific study of the human mind and its functions, but Psych Soc strives


Putting inclusivity on our radars

Ella-Bleu Kiely talks to the Trinity Ability co_op about its Towards Inclusive Clubs and Societies Project

This Summer, the Trinity Ability co_op launched its Towards Inclusive Clubs and Societies Project. They describe themselves as an active cooperative movement led by students with disabilities towards creating radical inclusion in Trinity College Dublin. The project is funded by

Student Living

Dublin Day Trips

Ella-Bleu Kiely explores some of the best spots in Dublin to take a trip to this summer

This past year, I have humbly taken advantage of what Dublin has to offer in particular, its seaside. This article is a homage to Dublin’s coast and all the many food accounts on Instagram. Despite the longing you


A vision for a new-normal September

Ella Bleu-Kiely interviews TCDSU Ents Officer-elect Greg Arrowsmith on the role of societies in college life

When one hears Trinity Ents, it’s not uncommon to immediately think of first years in Halls and those crisp event photos with their distinctive logo in the corner, or maybe even fresh-faced students experiencing the wonders of Harcourt Street for