Players, Positivity and Pantos: An Interview with James Patrice Butler

Dublin influencer James Butler discusses his time at Trinity and his plans for the future

James Patrick Butler, aka James Patrice, is a Dublin blogger, presenter, actor, stylist and fashion writer. Last week, he met with our Projects Editor, Aoifé McColgan, to discuss his time in Trinity, his success thus far and his exciting plans
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The ultimate Irish road trip

From Mayo to Meath, we take a look at the biggest and best attractions around the country

It happens to the best of us: you spend those long months of exam revision thinking about how you’re going to spend your summer. You and your friends decide that you’ll visit all the places that you’ve always wanted to


Beauty, Inspiration and Empowerment: in conversation with student blogger Kate Fahy

Deputy Life Editor Aoife McColgan interviews SF Law student Kate Fahy to discover how she blogs, why she blogs and the importance of discussing more than just beauty


Kate Fahy, having always been an active presence on social media, made the decision to begin her own blog, Love, Katein August of last year. She describes her blog as one that “documents all things beauty, fashion and


Diamonds, XNTHONY and Xylophones: What to expect at Trinity Arts Festival

Aoife McColgan gives an overview of what this year’s TAF lineup holds in store


Trinity Arts Festival (TAF) is back, running from Monday 6 to Friday 10 February. With this annual event growing in status each year, Trinity Life have created a guide encouraging you to make the most of this entirely free celebration


Let’s Be Frank: Frank Turner visits DU Music Society

Aoife Donnellan attends Frank Turner’s much anticipated visit to the GSU, documenting his Q&A session with DU Music Soc’s Cliona Lynskey, and his acceptance of the Honorary Patronage Award.


He attributes this strength to the way that he creates his music, explaining that “if what you’re making isn’t the most exciting thing you’ve made so far, then it’s not done”.

On Wednesday evening, Trinity welcomed Frank Turner (an English


€8m pedestrianised College Green plaza will not be finished before the end of 2018

Originally to be completed by summer 2017, Dublin City Council have now released new timelines for the construction


The €8m proposal to transform College Green into a pedestrian and cycle plaza will not be finished before the end of 2018, Dublin City Council (DCC) has said. Initially, it was anticipated that the construction would be finalised by summer