A Guide To The Election of the Provost

Applications for the position of Provost will close on December 4th.
By Mairead Maguire

The Bill Using Education to Combat Traveller Discrimination in Ireland

The Traveller Culture and History in Education Bill was introduced to the Seanad in 2018 and has since been forwarded to the Dáil.
By Lucy Sherry

How Students Can Make Trinity’s Campus More Inclusive

What students can do to actively confront prejudice, discrimination and oppression on campus.

Within Innovation Challenge, the Provost’s Passions Collide

This year’s Provost’s Innovation Challenge focuses on making cities sustainable.
By Cormac Watson

Eileen Flynn’s Journey to the Seanad is Like No Other

From her completion of third-level education to her work on the Traveller Culture and History in Education Bill, Eileen Flynn continues her path of activism.
By Naoise D'Arcy

When US President-Elect Joe Biden Visited Trinity

Biden has visited Trinity twice in recent years. Looking back, those who met him recall his warmth and charisma.

Cruachás Cruathaitheachta: Triúir Ceoltóirí Triú Leibhéal ar Thaithí na Paindéime

Pléann ceoltóirí tríú leibhéal conas a chuadar i dtaithí ar an bpaindéim.
By Aoibh Ní Chroimín

International Student Fees: An Ongoing Rise That is Set to Stop?

Last night, TCDSU council passed a motion to lobby against annual international student fee increases.
By Emma Taggart

Why Students Struggle to Find Their Voice in US Presidential Elections

The 2020 US presidential election, scheduled for November 3rd, has pitted sectors of the nation against each other.
By Gillian O'Neill

‘Bugs as Drugs’: Harnessing the Power of the Microbiome

Recent biomedical research has dedicated an extensive amount of attention to the “bugs” that aid us in digestion, the production of vitamins and the fight against virulent pathogens.
By Khadija Haouit