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Modest Max On 35 Years in the Kitchen

After more than three decades, Trinity’s Head Chef is retiring. He talks cooking, leadership – and the long hair that pushed him into the industry.
By Martha Lewis
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How Trinity Embraced the KeepCup

The idea originated with student Joanne Coyle. Now, Trinity's staff and students are making coffee more sustainable.
By Ciannait Khan
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In Northern Ireland, Activists Watch Repeal Vote Carefully

A repeal vote on Friday, activists say, could inject energy into the abortion rights campaign in Northern Ireland.
By Dominic McGrath
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The Yes Campaign’s Guardian Angels

A new group of gentle vigilantes wants to protect vulnerable women from the pro-life groups targeting maternity hospitals.
By Ciannait Khan
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The Trinity Duo Striking a Chord in the Music Industry

Neil Dunne and Zach Miller-Frankel are hoping their company can change the way the music industry operates.
By Edward O’Loughlin
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Ceachtanna le Foghlaim ó Aontais na Mic Léinn Thar Lear agus a n-Obair le Mionteangacha

Is iomaí na aontais mic léinn timpeall an domhain atá ag obair chun mionteangacha a chothú. Tá ceacht le foghlaim astu ag TCDSU.
By Liam Ó Laochdha
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Your Guide to Getting Registered and Voting in the Referendum

Time's almost up, but you still have one week left to register to vote on May 25th.
By Ciannait Khan
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How Careers Guidance is Catching Up with the Changing World

The world is changing – and that means career advisers have to adapt.
By Joe Dudley
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Graduates Across the World Come Home for Repeal

From Argentina to New York, Ireland's graduates have booked flights home for May 25th.
By Dominic McGrath
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The Trinity Students Highlighting the Human Stories of the Refugee Crisis

Niamh Keady Tabbal is one student doing all she can to highlight the horrors facing refugees at the edge of Europe.
By Martha Kirwan