What the 1945 VE Riots Tell Us About a Forgotten Ireland

After the surrender of Nazi Germany, Trinity found itself at the centre of days of riots incited by the fascist party Ailtirí na hAiséirghe and joined by passers-by on the street.
By Aoibh Ní Chroimín

What Makes for a Successful GSU?

Voting in the GSU sabbatical elections finishes tonight at midnight, and the winners will be announced tomorrow.
By Emma Taggart

How Has the Student’s Place in the Trinity Education Progressed?

Since its inception, Trinity Education has situated prospective students as its target, but this may be starting to change.
By Gillian O'Neill

Stair na Scéimeanna Teanga i gColáiste na Tríonóide

Is stráitéis í an Scéim Teanga chun na Gaeilge a chur chun cinn sa Choláiste.
By Siothrún Sardina

Is Ireland’s Political Scene a Cold House for Young People?

Young people are increasingly engaging in activism and politics, do youth wings offer an opportunity for participation or are they excluded from traditional party politics?
By Gillian O’Neill

How Launchbox Hopes to Inspire and Include Every Student

The student accelerator programme, Launchbox, was established through alumni donations and structurally linked to Tangent.
By Gillian O’Neill

New Roots: ‘Rewilding’ Trinity and Dublin City Centre

Trinity’s city-centre location makes it an ideal place to try new methods of urban rewilding.
By Francesca Farag

A Climate Change Group With Clear Demands for the Next Provost

The group ran a climate change hustings earlier in the campaign, which was moderated by former president Mary Robinson.
By Mairead Maguire

What Trinity’s Student Leaders Want From the Next Provost

On Friday, TCDSU voted to back Prof Jane Ohlmeyer in this year’s Provost elections.
By Cormac Watson

For Clare Austick, the Pandemic Motivated Her to Do Better by USI

Clare Austick is the sole candidate in this year’s USI presidential race.
By Emer Moreau