Online society events: will they stay or will they go?

Ruth McGann investigates how online events affected societies last year

Since the pandemic began in early 2020, societies have had to adapt to a brave new world of online meetings, events and hangouts. Facing a challenge no students had ever encountered, Trinity’s societies rose to the occasion, guiding their members

How to handle homesickness

Leanne Healy shares some advice on how to assuage the pangs of homesickness that accompany moving to a new city

Typically, leaving for college is an exciting time for many students. There is a newfound sense of freedom that one acquires when moving away for the first time no rules, no parents and a fresh start. On paper, it

New academic year, New Perspectives

Elena McCrory walks us through the National Gallery of Ireland’s New Perspectives, Acquisitions 2011-2020 exhibition

New Perspectives, Acquisitions 2011-2020 made me nostalgic. Walking through the corridors of our beloved National Gallery (NGI) after its long enclosure gave me a sense of reunification. These new acquisitions were displayed, some for the very first time, from May

Artists in Conversation – ELOISE and Tertia

The Trinity-based DJ and singer sit down with Maisie McGregor to discuss their work, creative processes, and relationships to the term “artist”

I begin my Zoom call with Eloise and Tertia and am immediately filled with holiday envy; Eloise sits on board a houseboat in Amsterdam where she is currently working and living, whilst Tertia lounges, notably sunkissed, on a sofa in

Samuel Beckett and Dublin’s Pan Pan Theatre come to London!

Maisie McGregor reviews the production of Beckett’s 1963 radio play Cascando at the Barbican Centre

The Dublin-based Pan Pan Theatre company brought Samuel Beckett to London this July with their innovative take on his radio play, Cascando. The play, written by Beckett in 1963 and first broadcast in England the following year, is as impenetrable

A laptop displaying a presentation called "Scaling human solutions to the information crisis".

Trinity students get to grips with online internships

Ella Sloane and Seán Holland talk to undergraduates about their experiences with this novel internship format


In terms of employability and skill development, internships can prove immensely valuable for undergraduates, often enhancing their future career prospects. Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies have pivoted their traditional internship programmes to virtual formats in order

Sheela-na-gigs unveiled: the sculptures boldly challenging centuries-old stigma

Ella Sloane examines Project Sheela, a street art project that celebrates women’s rights, sexuality, and power

Project Sheela, an enigmatic street art project that has caused eruptions online, has been dubbed a celebration of women’s rights, female sexuality, and empowerment by its creators, two anonymous Dublin-based artists. Launched on International Women’s Day 2020, the project pays …