Sunday Longread: How lecturers have adapted to online learning from the other side of the screen

Lecturers discuss the benefits, challenges and methods behind teaching online

As evidenced by the deserted Arts Block and the quiet of the Hamilton, lecture halls remain empty this semester with online teaching having usurped face-to-face classes. While some students lament at the difficulty of studying at home or rejoice at

Student Living

The aesthetics of the Arts Block are in opposition to its eclectic students

Though an eyesore, the Arts Block serves as a contrasting backdrop for the typical arts student aesthetic

The dreary grey facade of the Arts Building, usually set against a rainy Dublin sky, lies in stark contrast to the aesthetics of the Arts, Humanities and Social Science students that traverse its concourse. Constructed in 1978, the building has


Seanad elections: David Norris on why you’ve “always got to earn the vote”

Ireland’s longest-serving senator discusses Seanad reform, the future of LGBT+ rights in Ireland, and why he’s inspired by student activism

The infamously gregarious David Norris was first elected to the Seanad in 1987, making him the first openly gay person to be elected to public office in Ireland. Having graduated with a degree in English Literature from Trinity 20 years …


DCU students appeal rerun of BDS referendum

The initial referendum results were withheld following a technical fault

The Dublin City University branch of Students for Justice (DCU SJP) have appealed the decision to rerun a referendum regarding the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement.

The result of the referendum was disregarded following a technical fault which forced