Central to many of Trinity's historic ceremonies, Joseph Mockler has greeted some of Trinity's most famous guests as well as bidding farewell to decades worth of graduates.
The only robotics research group in Trinity, this group are hoping to develop assistive robots which will eventually help those with disabilities or who live alone.
As their action week gets under way, Students for Justice in Palestine discuss their plans for the week ahead and the importance of keeping this cause at the forefront of students minds.
From fees to repeal the eighth to the surprisingly topical question of Irish reunification, here's where the three presidential candidates stand on the most topical issues.
Candidates that ran for election simply to entertain the electorate used to be common, and drew new attention to the elections. Where have they gone?
Now giving people with intellectual disabilities new opportunities, the centre began as a vision among Trinity academics that were interested in inclusion.
Having observed the changes that have taken place in the College over the past 40 years, Dr Cormac O’Cuilleanáin plans to use his retirement to focus on writing his crime fiction.
From research into the effect of torture to tackling dementia, Trinity's Institute of Neuroscience is working to understand the most complex and challenging parts of the brain.
Former Trinity lecturer David Parris, after losing in the European Court of Justice, is still fighting the Trinity pension regulations he sees as discriminatory.
Once the most modern and lively section of Trinity Hall, Cunningham House now stands as a reminder of times gone by.