Who you gonna call?

Operating as a comforting presence in the dark, who are the volunteers manning the phones of NiteLine?

You’ve seen their advertisements all over College: posters in bathroom stalls, pamphlets around the Arts Block, flyers in the corridors. As students in Trinity, most of us are vaguely familiar with the existence of a service called NiteLine. But what


An ode to the sesh

A very short history of a beloved tradition

The “sesh”, as we call it today, has been the cornerstone of Irish student culture for centuries. “Sesh” is an abbreviation for “session” and the term simply relates to drinking alcohol and having fun. Although the sesh that we know


In defence of arts degrees

The focus on STEM courses produces graduates who can’t think as critically about society

The Arts Block/Hamilton divide is evident here in Trinity. These two main sections of campus give rise to two totally different cultures: the fashionable, eccentric Arts Block versus the practical, grounded Hamilton. Just last week, I, a humble student of