Student Living

Are arts degrees a dying art?

Ria Walls argues for the continuation of arts degrees in the face of cancellations across the water

It was recently announced that the English Literature degree offered by Sheffield Hallam University in the UK is being suspended in response to the Government no longer funding degrees where 60% of students don’t end up in ‘highly skilled’ jobs

Sex & Relationships

My ovaries and I

Ria Walls discusses her experience with the gynaecologist and discovering she has PCOS

As I sit writing this article, I am in agony as I experience period cramps for the third time this month – a bitter and excruciating consequence of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). The thing is, I barely even knew what …

Sex & Relationships

Round-up: A guide to Pride in the city

Ria Walls explores the top events happening in Dublin this weekend as Pride returns to the capital

As we swiftly approach the halfway point of 2022, the month of June is dedicated to celebrating pride. The capital hasn’t seen the streets turn rainbow-coloured since the pandemic began, so this year those celebrating are waiting in anticipation for

Student Living

The final wrap on Erasmus at Trinity

Ria Walls talks to students who journeyed to Boston and Toulouse for their second semester

As we reach the end of our Erasmus series, for this final issue I spoke to two fellow Junior Sophister students about their respective terms spent in Europe and America. 


Ava Browne, hailing from Derry city, studies business, economics,

Student Living

A survival guide to college ball season

Ria Walls reflects on a range of Trinity’s most-anticipated social events this year

Buy your overpriced dresses, find those bow ties and dig out your heels that cut your ankles—because it’s college ball season! The past few months have been bustling with balls left right and centre; from ones hosted on campus, to