The Conundrum of Open-Access Publishing

New principles aiming to democratise academic literature have the support of 11 European countries. But will they solve an age-old problem?
By Jake Gilchrist

The Universities on a Mission to Save Ireland’s Bees

As bees continue to face significant hardships, Irish universities are undertaking a quest to save Ireland's ecosystem.
By Charlotte Bowen

A College Immortalised in Literature

With Trinity the backdrop to countless stories, its legacy will be forever enshrined in Irish literature.
By Imogen Kavanagh

‘He Never Met a Stranger’: The Legacy of Don Panoz Lives On

American entrepreneur Don Panoz died in September aged 83. In Trinity and outside, however, memories of him burn as brightly as ever.
By Kathleen McNamee

Trinity’s First-Generation Students Are Treading New Territory

For first-generation students in Trinity, leading the way into third-level education affords them a unique perspective on university life.
By Claire Hourihane

The Universities Fighting to Keep Free Speech Alive

As free speech becomes a flashpoint issue on campuses, academics and students worldwide are striving to combat its effect.
By Kathleen McNamee

Everything You Need to Know About Consent

As consent workshops continue on campus, Aoife Kearins breaks down the most important elements of consent.
By Aoife Kearins

Around the Country, Students Get Creative to Fight for Housing

Between occupations, court cases and camp-outs, student activists are stepping up to the mark in protest at the national accommodation crisis.
By Ciannait Khan

Trinity Students Aiming to Shine at Elon Musk’s Hyperloop Competition

Team Éirloop will be the first Irish team ever to compete in the SpaceX competition, which takes place in California.
By Edward O'Loughlin

Modest Max On 35 Years in the Kitchen

After more than three decades, Trinity’s Head Chef is retiring. He talks cooking, leadership – and the long hair that pushed him into the industry.
By Martha Lewis