Keeping the Trinity music scene alive

Heather Bruton interviews Trinity’s music societies on how they are getting creative amidst social restrictions

The music scene at Trinity is rich, colourful and plays a central role in the lives of many students. In the midst of Level 5 restrictions, we need music more than ever. We are lucky as students to be surrounded

Student Living

Mental health services for socially-distanced support

A detailed list of the online services available to help you look after your mental health during the coronavirus pandemic

The Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdown are taking a heavy toll on people’s mental health and as a result of social distancing, many face-to-face counselling and mental health services are currently not available. For some people, the lockdown may

Arts & Culture

Emma Donoghue on fiction, screenwriting and her new novel, Akin

The best-selling Irish novelist talks to Trinity with grace, charm and ease, writes Heather Bruton

On Thursday, Trinity and UNESCO City of Literature had the pleasure of hosting an evening with bestselling Irish writer, Emma Donoghue, to talk about her new novel, Akin. Akin is Donoghue’s first contemporary novel since the widely successful Room, and