100 years in Ronda

Ronda provides the perfect escape from the city to a quiet town rich with history

Cheap drinks. Coastal party towns. Crazy party islands. The perfect destination for a lad’s holiday. Spain has a reputation and Ryanair will fly you right into its biggest party hubs. But what if you’re craving a chill Spanish holiday absolved

Bad Date with a Book

Jayna Rohslau waves around the literary red flags that should strike fear into the heart of every Trinity student

All that glitters is not gold. Unfortunately, keeping in mind that they are paying for our college tuition, most parents do not shower us with expensive gifts, but rather socks, and books. Not to say that I’m complaining about either …

The Arts in a Changing World

What we need from the arts in the modern era with Icarus editor Eloise Rodger

When the pandemic struck in 2020, worldwide panic and confusion ensued. Entire human systems ground to a halt as bans were placed on travel, work and face-to-face interaction. International health organisations issued pamphlets and instructions intended to curb the spread …

The economic horrors persist, but so do I

Minimum wage, dry January and Ibec: Sarah Shortall discusses the challenges students face at the beginning of a new term

There are certain sayings associated with people from Cavan: “He would peel an orange in his pocket.”;  “she eats the dinner out of a drawer.”; “he still has the Confirmation money in the bank.” The closest I’ve ever been to

The Ozempic Epidemic: What is it & why is it so popular?

Thana Elshaafi looks into the origin of the popular medication and the reason behind its surge in popularity

Ozempic has become a heated topic in recent years, both among healthcare professionals and the public. Also known as Semaglutide, it has been hailed as a miracle weight loss and diabetes medication by both doctors and the pharmaceutical industry. However,

I love Dublin but it doesn’t love me back

Maïlé Monteiro reflects on how her perspectives of Dublin have changed over her time at Trinity

I have a very vivid memory of my arrival in Dublin. I had taken a late-night flight from Nice, France, and hopped straight into a taxi which took me through the city. I remember driving down a lifeless O’Connell Street,

Metaphors in Motion at Trinity Fashion Show 24

Trinity Fashion Society’s show last Friday, ‘Primavera: Changing of the seasons’ captured the personal growth inherent to College life

Spring is on the horizon; change is on the way. Soon, we will be able to shrug off our cosy jumpers and flaunt some skin. Trinity’s Fashion Society took this season of change as thematic inspiration for this year’s annual

Campus coffee hours

Honey Morris dives into the coffee hours of Q-Soc and French Soc, thinking about what makes a good coffee hour, and how coffee makes everything better

Meeting new people, going to new places, and having new experiences can be overwhelming for anyone; but like most things in life, coffee makes it better. 

Across campus, there are several coffee hours that are hosted by different societies. A

The girls who dream: Students entering film industry

Ciana Meyers interviews Trinity student and filmmaker Lena Streitwieser on the realities of studying film at Trinity and female leadership within the industry

A second year Trinity film student in the Dual BA programme with Columbia University, Lena Streitwieser is a name now circulating throughout international film festivals. Having lived in the cities of Chicago, Berlin and Washington D.C., her background speaks to