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Anonymous thoughts on.. TCDSU

The first in a new series, Trinity Life ask an array of anonymous students for their outright opinions on their very own students’ union.

What’s been firing up the kids lately? Climate change? Blasé. Trump? Dead horse. North Korea? God, I hope not.

No, nothing gets the ball rolling in student circles more than the friendly faces down at House Six. But since only


South Africa vs. Ireland: Comparing student life

An insight into the lives of students in an often overlooked country.

South Africa. You’ve heard about it on the news. You watched that movie with Morgan Freeman in it. Your aunt possibly even told you about her trip around some vineyards over there. But what is it like to study in

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This House is Overworked and Undersexed — the Lawsoc Comedy Debate

Lawsoc start the year with a motion sure to grab attention

LawSoc began the new college year on Tuesday with their inaugural comedic debate for Fresher’s Week, featuring full-time comedians and attended by a crowd eager to hear if students are truly ‘overworked and undersexed’.

Chairing the debate was Andrew Stanley;

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Alternative ways to get to Electric Picnic

Whether it’s volunteering, training in First Aid or using your connections, a ticket isn’t the only way into Ireland’s most popular music festival.

With the tickets selling out in five minutes and costing a hefty €240, it’s no surprise that many have found themselves short of a pass to Ireland’s biggest music festival. But fear not, for, in the words of my guidance

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Does God exist?

Enya O’Connell-Hussey reviews the latest debate between Dr William Lane Craig and Dr Daniel Came

It seems about as constructive an argument as debating whether aliens would prefer Mozart or Kenny G. Yet, last night the entire Edmund Burke was filled with people ready to watch two distinguished philosophers debate over the question you’d normally

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My experience as… a student who doesn’t like going out

The pre-drinks were the best part, I tell everyone once again. And again, and again, until it stops becoming a coincidence. I sit myself down, take a deep breath and finally admit it: I am not, nor will I ever