Societies asked to remove LGBT colours from logos

newsThe Central Societies Committee (CSC) today asked student societies to remove colours associated with the movement for LGBT equality from their logos, Trinity News has learned. The ruling came after several societies changed the logos displayed on their social media accounts to incorporate the colours of …


Trinity Arts Festival sweeps the board at CSC awards

The Phil reclaimed the title of Best Large Society from An Cumann Gaelach, beating off stiff competition from DU Players, VDP and TES.

newsTrinity Arts Festival emerged as the winners at the Central Societies Committee (CSC) awards, winning Best Publication, Best Poster and, jointly with Trinity Entrepreneurial Society (TES), Best Online Presence.

The annual awards ceremony took place this evening at the O’Callaghan …


Online society app causes headache for ball goers

Prospective patrons took to the ball’s Facebook event page to vent frustration or to inquire as to whether or not their purchase had been successful.

newsTeething problems with the new online societies platform, Hive, meant prospective ball-goers were left uncertain as to whether they had successfully bought tickets on Wednesday to DU Law Society’s annual Swing Ball. The server hosting the ticket sales crashed, meaning …