This week in Trinity: elections, Arabian music and Waterford Whispers

Week Six has events catering to all students no matter your interest, with a range of guest panel discussions to events sure to relax you

It’s election week already and the campus is in a flurry. If you are looking to escape being chased through campus by campaigners or doing your best to avoid eye-contact one of these events is sure to set you up.


This week in Trinity: RAG week, Mary Berry and a fashion show

Week three of this term brings many charity events ranging from a sing along social, to the Trinity’s best dance crew competition as well as a visit from Yale University

This week marks the highly anticipated RAG week where Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union and Trinity Ents will host a large range of charity events with other societies. The money raised will go towards various charities such as Suas and


Christmas presents without the cost

Ten cheap alternatives to expensive presents when you’re broke and Christmas is approaching

Christmas can be a time of cheer, but you may be left acting more like the Grinch when the feeling of dread arrives, knowing the time of hurriedly buying presents is fast approaching and all you have to offer are


This week in Trinity: Christmas trees, pub crawls and mince pies

The last week of the semester brings many Christmas celebrations, including pub crawls, mulled wine and a crafternoon

It’s the final week in the semester and society events are about to be done and dusted until the new year. Trinity’s societies are making the most of the final days of the term, infusing their last Michaelmas events with


This week in Trinity: Disability awareness, Sinead Burke and Samhain

A day dedicated to the Samhain festival, High Society and disability awareness week are amongst a few of the events planned for week ten

The weather is freezing and you probably got drenched in the rain last week but don’t let that get you down. There may be assignments due and work to be done, but there is such a wide of variety of


Why is everyone growing a moustache?

The moustaches raise awareness and funds as well as helping people talk more about male health issues

You may have seen a sudden increase in students with moustache fuzz or noticed a Facebook twibbon with the word ‘Movember’ emblazoned, but what exactly is Movember?

Over the month of November, people choose to grow a moustache and in


What extinct societies are hiding in Trinity’s past?

Many societies become engulfed in the rich history of the college but can be explored within the old manuscripts of Trinity

Today, there are over a hundred societies in Trinity, and the number grows with every passing year. Undoubtedly, the Phil and the Hist are the oldest ones that spring to mind, but there have been many other societies whose names


This week in Trinity: Frankenstein, Samhain and student activism

Refugee week sees a bustle of events ranging from the annual Charity Ball, a talk on the Tuam scandal, to a social justice candlelit vigil. Alongside that, there will be a variety of events getting you in the spooky spirit for Halloween!

Reading week may be done and dusted, but campus events are back with a bang, helping you relax and take a well-needed library break. This week brings Halloween and with it, all events spooky and creepy. It is also Refugee


This week in Trinity: mental health, self-care and Peggy Gou

Mental health week sees a flurry of important events for keeping our mental health in good condition, as well as many more fun events leaving us with barely a moment free!

You never remember the extent to which the weeks fly by until you’re back. One day you’re fine and the next instant there’s deadlines everywhere you look and exams loom. But don’t fear, this week is TCDSU welfare campaign’s mental


Exploring history up close with DU Archaeology and Claoimh

Students tried out swords, longbows and chainmail in an interactive talk in the Arts block with the Archaeology society

On Friday evening, DU Archaeology Society traced history through weaponry and material, with a fascinating talk and the opportunity to see artefacts including replicas of swords and armour. The ‘Irish Invasion’ talk was presented by Claoimh Living History, one of