How to write a dissertation

From forming a proposal to printing it professionally, Ciara Olden traces the highs and lows that come with writing a final year dissertation

The dissertation is probably one of the most daunting aspects of any undergraduate’s degree. Knowing how to tackle it, or even just start the blasted thing can feel overwhelming. However, as a seasoned veteran, I am here to lend a

Society Spotlight: DU History

Grace Fannon talks to the Auditor of DU History, Shane Macken, about the society’s unorthodox approach to history

This past year has seen an undeniable refocusing on social issues on social media platforms, especially from younger generations. There has been a movement toward re-educating oneself, becoming more aware of deeply rooted biases that continue to have consequences on

A vision for a new-normal September

Ella Bleu-Kiely interviews TCDSU Ents Officer-elect Greg Arrowsmith on the role of societies in college life

When one hears Trinity Ents, it’s not uncommon to immediately think of first years in Halls and those crisp event photos with their distinctive logo in the corner, or maybe even fresh-faced students experiencing the wonders of Harcourt Street for

Deconstructed vintage garments turned display of Irish heritage

Elena Mc Crory talks to Designer and Director Faye Rochford about her authentic Irish brand, FéRí designs

“FéRí is a vibrant and imaginative brand, born out of creativity and nostalgia, designed to bring joy to the wearer.” This is how director and designer Faye Rochford describes her independent label. The FéRí brand is driven by its deconstruction

Can friends with benefits ever work?

Kerry O’Sullivan asks where the line is between platonic and romantic

The title of that Oscar-worthy Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis crossover, Friends With Benefits, has morphed to encompass a phrase much more culturally relevant than the plot of an early 2000s rom-com. More and more, we find ourselves in a

A Year of Digital Society Events

Grace Fannon looks back at how societies have adapted over the last twelve months

Trinity is heading into the final few weeks of a year that is hopefully unlike anything we will see again. Between online lectures, frustratingly short library booking slots and an absence of sneaker-wearing tourists meandering around campus, it has been

Political activism in DIY fashion

Taryn DeVere uses fashion as a tool for activism, writes Caroline Ebbs

The expression “you vote with your money” has never been more relevant than it is today. With increasing awareness of the benefits of shopping sustainably, fast-fashion businesses that benefit from unethical labour are trying to mask their environmental wrongdoings by