Trinity’s Genetics Society host its final event of the year yesterday, March 15. A panel discussion entitled Ethics, Genetics & Preimplantation Genetic Testing, this event was led by speakers from four disciplines concerning the area of genetic testing and screening. …
The Burke Sessions, in association with TCDSU Lobby Group, host a panel discussion on political activism in Ireland today
On Monday evening, the College Historical Society, in association with the newly founded TCDSU Lobby Group, hosted a panel discussion on Political activism. The event was a part The Burke Sessions a series of panel discussions run by a subcommittee …
Trinity’s very first DU Film Festival ran a range of events throughout the week, fostering relationships between young Irish filmmakers.
This week saw Trinity’s inaugural student film festival, DU Film Festival (DUFF), fully embracing their slogan of ‘by students, for students’. Ran in and around Trinity campus by DU Film Society, it was the first festival of it’s kind and …
Una Power, Nadia Reeves Long and Vickey Curtis discuss gender quotas, female participation and gender bias in the workplace at an event co-hosted by two Trinity students
International Women’s Week continued with its slogan #BeBoldForChange with an event co-hosted by two individual students, Aislinn Brennan and Estelle Reeves Long, breaking the trend of a society-dominated week. More of an informal panel discussion in comparison to other events, …
Trinity PBP and TCDSU came together to host founding member of United Against Racism, Memet Uludag, to speak about why the Direct Provision scheme in Ireland must be abolished.
This Thursday, March 9, saw a discussion entitled “Direct Provision- Why It Must End” being held in a spacious seminar room in Áras an Phiarsaigh. The event was a collaborative one between Trinity People Before Profit and TCDSU. The sole …
The biggest frustration for any student walking to College? Idle strollers in the city centre
Dear Slow Walkers,
It is a lovely thing to walk down Grafton Street on a sunny day, chatting with a friend or two and enjoying yourself. It is equally lovely to take a leisurely stroll around St Stephen’s Green park. …
On Tuesday evening, March 7, DU Alternative Music Society (DUAMS) hosted an all-female panel of musicians and music industry professionals to discuss the role of women is the music industry. The panelists included Faye O’Rourke (Little Green Cars), MayKay (Fight …
TCD Visual Arts Society End of Year Exhibition showcases a wide variety of work from students and staff
TCD Visual Arts Society launched their End of Year Exhibition on Monday March 6th, in the modern and artistically active Temple Bar Gallery + Studios. This year’s opening night featured a performance from the Trinity Belles and an afterparty in …
Some of Dublin’s finest establishments offering brunch were tried and tested by Alice Whelan, letting you know where to indulge in one of life’s finest pleasures
Brunch is a favourite with both yummy mummys and hungover students alike. Some might view brunch as a classy affair, where one is well-presented and drinking mimosas. Students might be more accustomed to enjoying a good brunch after a heavier …
Making hospital “bearable”, the Trinity Paediatric Society hosted an event on Saturday afternoon to familiarise children with healthcare environments.
Saturday 4 March saw a successful Teddy Bear Hospital event, the first of it’s kind to take place in Trinity. Set up in in Trinity’s Sports Centre and with entry free of charge, this event was run by Trinity’s Paediatric …