Mary Mitchell O’Connor is Digging Higher Education Out of a Hole

Six months on from her appointment, Mary Mitchell O'Connor is getting to grips with the third-level sector.
By Dominic McGrath

How Smoke-Free Campuses Went Global

While Trinity's future as a smoke-free campus is as yet uncertain, universities across America and Australia have had no hesitation buying into the idea.
By Blaithin Wilson

The Silent Teachers of Trinity’s Anatomy Department

Donating your body was once an anonymous process. But now, Trinity is trying to re-humanise the people who offer their bodies after death.
By Jake O'Donnell

Joan Donegan is Standing Firm for Ireland’s Academics

The new head of the Irish Federation of University Teachers talks gender quotas, diplomacy and a life spent in union politics.
By Dominic McGrath

The Trinity Security Guard With a Passion for Spiders

For arachnid enthusiast Collie Ennis, a recent trip to Kenya with science students was a dream come true.
By Martha Kirwan

Looking Fine at 50, The Berkeley Library’s Half Century

Celebrating its 50th birthday, we take a look at how the Berkeley Library is still loved, even in its brutality.
By Ciara Corrigan

How Universities are Fighting Fake News

Two Seattle academics were fed up with their students reading fake news online. Then Trump came along and hurried them into action.
By Bláithín Wilson

Now in Lisbon, The Web Summit Still Holds Dear Its Trinity Beginnings

Growing out of an idea thought up in Trinity's Edmund Burke lecture theatre, the 2017 Web Summit boasted over 55,000 attendees.
By Edward O'Loughlin

Giving Cyclists Space in a Changing City

Amid Luas works and construction works, cyclists are asking for the city's support.
By Niall O’Sullivan

Crafting Gifts, Inspired by Kells

The stories behind the companies taking inspiration from Trinity's treasures.
By Emily Willkomm