What’s on this week: Post-reading week events

Here’s what’s happening as we head into week 8

As we return from Reading Week to realisation of how little reading we actually completed, week 8 offers us a variety of events to distract us. This week is TCDSU Rainbow Week, a celebration of the LGBTQ+ community, and there

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Forming your identity within the LGBT community: a panel discussion

The colour of Rainbow Week continues with the Questioning and Allies panel discussion, with speakers providing insight into the often diverse experience of coming out

trinity-lifeAs part of Rainbow week, TCDSU Welfare and Q Soc held an event which dealt with issues surrounding sexuality and identity in general, and advice on how to find whats right for you in developing your identity and coming out.

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The Hist Debate: This House Regrets Allies at Pride

Speeches were emotive and passionate at the Hist and QSoc’s joint event this week


TCDSU, Q Soc and The Hist joined ranks yesterday to debate the motion This House Regrets Allies at Pride, the third evening event of Rainbow Week. The motion was proposed by Lorna Staines, Samuel Riggs, Olly Donnelly and Peter Gowan,

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The Queer Careers Network on bringing your identity to the workplace

As Rainbow Week continues, some of Ireland’s largest companies came together to speak about the importance of LGBT-inclusive work environments


Inclusiveness and bringing your whole self to workwere being pitched in the Westin Hotel on Tuesday evening as some of  Irelands biggest companies and firms came together at Trinitys first Queer Careers Networking

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Drag queens in the making at Q Soc’s ‘Lip Sync For Your Life!’

Kicking off Rainbow Week yesterday, Q Soc hosted an intense lip-syncing battle to start this campaign week with a bang


This week is Rainbow Week in Trinity College, and what better way to get people involved than with an intense lip-syncing competition? Last night’s ‘Lip Sync For Your Life!’ event, hosted by none other than Trinity’s Q Soc, was a


Rainbow Week 2016 launched

Jessica McKeon: “This year we want the week to really be a celebration of being LGBTQ and all that our community has achieved”

NEWSRainbow Week was launched today, March 21, with a miniature Pride parade and reception in the Atrium with Colm O’Gorman and Averil Power in attendance. Rainbow Week, jointly organised by Trinity College Dublin’s Students’ Union (TCDSU) and Q Soc, is …