Give back, get back

Easy, enjoyable ways to volunteer with college societies

Getting involved with societies is integral to many students’ college life, however, for many of us, the thought of having to commit extra hours to clubs and societies, on top of our already hectic schedules, is one we really don’t …


26 years of Trinity Club

This semester marks 26 years of the popular Vincent De Paul weekly activity as the club continues to go from strength to strength


Every Wednesday, just before 6pm, a gathering occurs in one of Trinity’s most famed locations, Front Arch. This becoming locale is the meeting place of the aptly named Trinity Club which holds its weekly dalliances every week of term from …


Flying solo: coming to Trinity alone

Here some of the best events to attend during Freshers’ Week if you’re coming to Trinity alone.

Deciding to go to college is a massive decision. A new city, new people, a new home, a new environment. All of this can be extremely daunting, but is also beyond exciting! Here’s a collection of some of the go-to


Trinity VDP launches biggest Christmas appeal yet

This year the society is reaching out to clubs, societies and class representatives for help

NEWSTrinity’s St Vincent de Paul society has launched its largest annual Christmas Appeal to date.

This year they are expanding the annual Christmas collection drive by seeking club and society involvement and calling on Trinity College Dublin’s Students’ Union (TCDSU) …


Trinity Social Democrats panel consider solutions to the homeless crises

“The entire panel maintained that the homelessness crisis is solvable with correct investment, and discussed the frustration of current inaction”

NEWSTrinity Social Democrats held their first in a series of panel discussions last night, which focused on the homeless crisis in light of the upcoming general election.

Philip Bane, the activity leader of the Soup Run for Trinity Vincent de