What makes a student CEO?

Life sits down with Marie-Louise O’Callaghan to speak about her role as Trinity SMF’s first female CEO

Although it often falls under the radar of non-business students, the Trinity Student Managed Fund (SMF) has grown to impressive heights since its conception in November 2010. With a current base of over 1,000 members, SMF seeks to aid the


The Hist takes on #MeToo

The debate discussed and analysed its successes and failures

On Wednesday evening, the GMB witnessed a thoughtful and timely debate on the successes and failures of the #MeToo movement. Organised by the Hist and chaired by Joan Burton TD, the motion, that this house believes that the #MeToo movement


Students are not at the centre of TEP

The Christmas assessments were cripplingly stressful

Trinity is renowned as Ireland’s most prestigious university. Boasting alumni such as Oscar Wilde, Edmund Burke, Bram Stoker, and other members of the Irish liberal literati, College often exists in the public imagination as something to be revered: a bastion


The hallowed halls

As the summer surges onward, Grainne Sexton looks back on the highs and lows of a year spent living in Trinity Hall

Before I made the move to Dublin, and prior to even considering a future uproot from the security of life in rural Cork, I had heard of Trinity Hall.

Friends of friends went there, coming home at weekends to recount


Top scenic walks in Dublin

To set you off on your saunters, Grainne Sexton has put together a list of the must-try scenic walks throughout Dublin

“Few people know how to take a walk. The qualifications are endurance, plain clothes, old shoes, an eye for nature and vast curiosity” (Henry David Thoreau)

Despite its status as the most primal act of mobility, leisurely walking has faded


Life without Instagram

The trials and triumphs of breaking up with Instagram

I was sixteen when I first downloaded Instagram. Imbued with the uncanny ability to recite dates and “life-defining” moments: it was September 2013, the day after receiving my Junior Cert results. While lolling on the sofa of a friend’s house,