Donal MacNamee discusses the future of the University Times

The sole candidate in the race for Editor of the University Times discusses his manifesto points as well as the paper’s €16,000 deficit


Donal MacNamee, a Senior Sophister English and History student from Limerick, is the sole candidate in this year’s election bid for Editor of the University Times. MacNamee has led a successful campaign so far, coming out on top in the


In conversation with Stampify’s CEO, Conor Leen

Stampify, a company set up by Trinity graduates, aims to replace the coffee-stamped loyalty card with a more charitable approach

Stampify is giving the humble loyalty card a remodel as it shifts the focus away from free coffees, and, instead, aims to tackle world hunger. Founded by Trinity graduate and former BESS student, Conor Leen, the non-for-profit loyalty card has


“The fight is far from over”: Hillary Clinton discusses borders, Brexit and the White House

The former US Secretary of State sat down with Mary Robinson to discuss democracy, young people and the duality of our time

 Earlier this afternoon, Hillary Rodham Clinton took to the stage of the Ed Burke Lecture Theatre to join Mary Robinson in conversation, ahead of the conferring of her honorary degree from the university.

Clinton was introduced by Trinity’s Dean of

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The Trinitones take Christmas

Trinity’s a cappella group took to the Dublin Unitarian Church for their annual Christmas performance

Following on from their successful gig in Trinity Chapel last year, the Trinitones took to the Dublin Unitarian Church last night for their annual Christmas performance, “How the ‘Tones Stole Christmas”. Dozens of people braved the biting cold weather as


Trinitones release new song after three week Australian tour

Shot in the Australian Blue Mountains, Trinitones have released a new music video covering Bob Dylan and The Band’s I Shall Be Released

After months of fundraising and performing, at the beginning of last month the Trinitones embarked on a trip down under to Australia. This trip marked the group returning the visit by Australian a capella group, the Trinity Tiger Tones, who

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Your top society picks for Freshers’ Week

Feeling overwhelmed by the vast amount of things to do this week? Look no further than our day by day guide to the best society events.


One of the first events of Freshers’ Week kicks off at 12pm, with “Debating 101” which will take place in the Hist conversation room. Whether you’re a first year or a final year, this is your chance to know

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Brexit, Theresa May, and Ireland’s borders: Nick Clegg speaks to the Hist

The Hist host British Liberal Democrat Nick Clegg as their final speaker for the year.

Former leader of Britain’s Liberal Democrats party, Nick Clegg , visited the Hist today, April 5, where he was awarded the Gold Medal for Outstanding Contribution to Discourse. This award is presented to those who are deemed to have particularly

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Five years on: the anniversary of the Trinitones

From humble beginnings in a dingy Budapest bedroom to performing at Electric Picnic, how have the past five years been for Trinity’s all-male a capella group?

The Trinitones celebrated their fifth birthday on the evening of April 1 with the event “Trinitones Present V: The Fifth Anniversary Concert”. Selling out days in advance, generations one through six came together for an evening of a cappella music