Impeachments, Referendums and a Boardroom Scandal: 10 Years at The University Times

As the decade comes to an end, we look back at some of the biggest stories to rock Trinity – and higher education – in the last 10 years.
By Donal MacNamee and Cormac Watson

On Alzheimer’s Treatment, Researchers Say Music May Be Key

Further research is required to truly understand how music may be for the mind as well as the soul – but it's an area academics are keen to explore.
By Anna Fitzgerald

Scéal Casta na Gaeilge Ó Thuaidh – Comharthaí Dátheangacha in Ollscoileanna an Tuaiscirt

Taispeánann an easpa Gaeilge ar chomharthaí in ollscoileanna an Tuaiscirt go bhfuil deighilt pholaitiúil ann fós.
By Malachi Ó Marcaigh

How Academics Are Bringing the Fight on Climate Action

Climate activism has exploded onto the streets in recent months. What do the experts – academics – make of it all?
By Alexandra Pletcher

Ahead of Election Day, a Generation of UK Students Mobilises

Around the UK, young people are making their voices heard, ahead of a general election that could be crucial in the future of Brexit.
By Emma Taggart

Celebrating 100 Years of Microbiology in Trinity

In Trinity, microbiology experts gather to toast the discipline's past – and the importance of its future.
By Miruna Iancu

In Old Library, a Cultural Campaign for Women Figureheads Comes to a Head

Some are in favour of Trinity's new move to place female sculptures in the Long Room. But to others, it doesn't go far enough.
By Rachel O'Leary

Why Campuses Around the World Are Still at War Over Free Speech

The conversation around free speech on campus has progressed in recent years – but it's as divisive as ever.
By Gillian O'Neill

With Chinese Links, New Questions About the Ethics of Research

A new research partnership between Irish and Chinese universities has raised ethical questions. For the researchers involved, it's a complex issue.
By Kara Schechtman

Immunotherapy: a Revolutionary Approach to Killing a Killer

Immunotherapy is one of the most recent developments in cancer research. It could change how we think about treating the disease.
By Khadija Haouit