Societies host a talk on the complexities of ethics in genetic data

Professor David McConnell and Dr. Katherine O’Keefe talk data protection, criminal justice and 23andMe with GenSoc and LawSoc

In the words of British journalist Bryan Appleyard, genetics is “the most restless, turbulent and demanding form of knowledge that our species has yet produced”. This was the topic at the centre of an interactive discussion held by TCD Genetics …


TEP and society life: an impossible pair?

Has semesterisation irreversibly harmed our society culture, or are these just teething problems?

In an open letter to the Provost last year, a group of students wrote that the Trinity Education Project (TEP) “serves only to detract from our college experience and devalue our education by damaging Trinity’s international prestige and influence”. The …

Arts & Culture

All hail the egg: DU Players’ Five Lesbians Eating a Quiche

Under Mae Leahy’s direction, Five Lesbians Eating a Quiche graces the DU Players theatre as the audience becomes part of the furniture for a deliciously chaotic breakfast.

It’s 1956 and I, along with the rest of the audience, am at the Susan B. Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein’s annual quiche breakfast. We are in a mysteriously bomb-proof society meeting hall, evidenced by the