David Wolfe elected editor of Trinity News

The current Social Media and Managing Editor was selected in the first contested election since 2018

David Wolfe has been elected Editor of Trinity News in the paper’s first contested election since 2018. 

Wolfe, who is the paper’s current Social Media and Managing Editor will serve as Editor of the 71st volume of Trinity News during

Academics for Palestine TCD stage demonstration against attacks on Palestinian universities

The demonstration on Front Square coincided with graduation ceremonies of PhD students

Academics for Palestine Trinity College Dublin (AfP TCD) staged a demonstration during graduation ceremonies yesterday protesting the death of thousands of Palestinian students.

Beginning at 10.30am on Front Square, protestors displayed graduation caps outside the Dining Hall, with each hat …

Trinity celebrates links to upcoming Olympics in exhibition series

A Trinity Olympic and Paralympic exhibition, sports day and Front Gate illumination will mark 100 days until the Paris 2024 Games

College is to hold a number of events this week to commemorate its links with the upcoming Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The Trinity Olympic and Paralympic Exhibition will “celebrate the university’s rich connection with the Olympic and Paralympic Games”, as

TCDSU welcomes government’s scrapping of Green Paper on Disability Reform

Minister for Social Protection Heather Humphreys announced on Friday that the recommendations made in the paper would not be implemented following widespread criticism

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) has welcomed the government’s scrapping of the Green Paper on Disability Reform.

Minister for Social Protection Heather Humphreys announced on Friday that the recommendations made in the paper would not be implemented following widespread

Students demand meeting with ministers at occupation of Department of Public Expenditure

Gardaí arrived at the department as students demanded their letter be delivered to the government

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Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) members were among several students’ unions at an occupation of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform today.

The National Students Action Group (NSAG) had initially planned to protest at the Department of Finance, …

Faoistiní ó dalta na Gaeilge: Conas fáil réidh le gráin don Ghaeilge i ndiaidh na hArdteiste

Déanann Meadhbh Ní Cheallacháin, iníon léinn na Gaeilge, anailíse ar an ngráin a mhothaítear don Ghaeilge i ndiaidh na meánscoile

An bhfuil grá don Ghaeilge caillte agat tar éis do thréimhse sa mheánscoil, agus an dteastaíonn uait an grá a fháil ar ais? Seo meabhrúchán sciobtha ó ardchumacht (dalta le spleodar sa Ghaeilge!) chun do chuid Gaeilge a úsáid níos

Postgraduate Workers’ Organisation stage blockade at Book of Kells

The PWO vice-president said despite efforts at communications with College, they have been “ignored or patronised”

Members of the Trinity branch of the Postgraduate Workers’ Organisation (PWO TCD) have organised a blockade at the entrance to the Old Library where the Book of Kells is held.

Beginning this morning, around 30 PWO TCD members gathered at …

Trinity News sweeps with 20 nominations at the 2024 Student Media Awards

Trinity News received nominations including Newspaper of the Year and three for Journalist of the Year

Trinity News received 20 nominations at the 2024 National Student Media Awards (Smedias), including Newspaper of the Year.

Staff covering current affairs, sport, science and culture were recognised by the annual award celebrating across 39 categories.

Along with Newspaper of …