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Schols, the Hist, and sixty letters: Ed Burke at Trinity

Now one of Trinity’s most renowned alumni, who was Ed Burke as just another student walking these very cobblestones?

As you walk through Front Gate, you may notice the bronze statue of Edmund Burke standing tall, erected in 1868 by the sculptor John H Foley. From John Joly to Mary Robinson, many have attended Trinity and gone on to


Trinity graduate Lenny Abrahamson gets Best Director nomination at this years Academy Awards

Following acclaim for What Richard Did and Frank, the Dublin born director is one of the many Irish people up for awards

NEWSThis morning the Oscar nominations were unveiled and it was a great year for the Irish. Saoirse Ronan was nominated for Best Actress in Brooklyn, and Brooklyn is also nominated for best picture and adapted screenplay as it is based


Oisin House accommodation project faces opposition

An Taisce and a number of Trinity alumni have raised concerns about the planned development


Plans submitted for the proposed €52 million redevelopment of Oisin House on Pearse Street have recently come under fire from both An Taisce and a number of college alumni.

The planning permission proposal, submitted on the 6th of November 2015 …