Charlotte Ryan examines consent workshop models in the US and UK, and explores the uneven terrain that is sex ed and consent.
Trinity alumnus, CBE, and medical researcher Owen Patrick Smith discusses the future of Irish medical research and how it feels to save a life.
Charlotte Ryan and Rana Rassouli speak to displaced Syrian students on the difficulties of pursuing an education in a war-torn climate.
Hugh Mitchell raises the untalked about issue of suicide rates among young men in Ireland.
Kate Lawler speaks to Dr Tiernan Murray on the work being done by students, pro-choice organisations and medical professionals in the campaign to repeal the eighth.
For the first time in its history, The University Times surpassed one million unique readers in a calendar year.
Jenna Clarke-Molloy examines alternative access routes to education in Trinity
Rana Rassouli speaks to a campaign member of My Stealthy Freedom to compare global versions of student protesting.
In studying business, there is little consensus about what ethics are, or how they should be taught. In Trinity, they're considered a good investment.
Work on “upgrading” the College WiFi service has actually disrupted the service greatly. Ciaran Sunderland looked for answers.