Ents race: Donnelly wants to create “better, safer and more accessible” events

The computer science & business student believes Ents should tap into the network of clubs and societies

Ross Donnelly is one of three candidates running for the position of Entertainments Officer (Ents) within next year’s Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU). Core to his manifesto is “safety, sustainability and a say in the next year of Trinity …

Student Living

Let’s talk about Erasmus

Ria Walls chats to students about their experiences abroad on Trinity’s Erasmus study programme

As we enter into the new year, Hilary term welcomes us with the return of many of our fellow students from their adventures across the water, while others disembark from Ireland to embrace the Erasmus experience ahead of them. Whether

Arts & Culture

How to get your writing noticed

Ria Walls discovers how to get your writing seen as a student with the variety of publications available on campus

We are lucky to be surrounded by so many talented students at Trinity, clearly demonstrated by a wide range of societies, clubs and organisations. Within Trinity News (TN) there are copious amounts of writers who help us keep the newspaper

Student Living

Creating an online community 2.0

Ria Walls gains fresh perspectives as she revisits her conversation on the importance of building on-screen connections

For this issue I delved deeper into the World Wide Web and spoke to a few more online creators about what they do on their various social media platforms. Join me as I chat to Sofia and Fern in regards

Student Living

Creating an online community

Ria Walls talks to fellow Trinity students about their virtual endeavours

We all know how daunting it can be when moving to a new city; we have many questions and queries that sometimes Google just doesn’t have the answer for. Through talking to Trinity students who are part of a variety

Arts & Culture

My top five Trinity-based books

Ria Walls explores and ranks College’s appearances in literature

After a summer spent waiting with anticipation for a return to campus come September, and a very abnormal past academic year, many of us have taken to reading Trinity-based novels to help us imagine walking around Front Square, studying in …


Is TikTok fashion costing the environment?

Fast fashion trends on social media have led to a rise in overconsumption from retailers such as SHEIN

TikTok has caused fast fashion retailers to increase their profits by as much as 44% following the viral videos of clothing hauls. These trends, which are encouraged by the popular styles and garments on social media apps, lead to a

Arts & Culture

“If one man can destroy everything, why can’t one girl change it?”

Ria Walls recounts the attack on Malala Yousafzai by the Taliban, and how this inspired her continued fight for young women’s education

It is the norm for us here at Trinity, after completing fourteen years of primary and secondary education, to take for granted what we have. Education is the key to many of the world’s opportunities. It is wholly underappreciated. Academic