Aaron Meredith investigates the enduring appeal of student political parties in a climate of low political popularity.
After the unveiling of the WWI memorial, Marcus Heagney explores what Trinity is doing to commemorate College’s wartime casualties.
Aoileann Ní Bhroin talks to writer and historian Liz Gillis, who recently spoke in Trinity, on the role of women in Ireland’s revolutionary years.
Trudy Kilgore looks at the impressive art holdings available to students through the College Art Collections’ hire scheme.
Sophie Andrews-McCarroll looks at how Trinity has responded to global pressure to encourage women into STEM fields.
Ciaran Sunderland reflects on the mixed bag of Trinity alumni, and how their careers did not follow the paths set by their areas of study.
Following reforms to the Junior Certificate course, Charlotte Ryan explores the impact of second level exams at third level.
Jenna Clarke-Molloy speaks to Shane Timmons of Giving What We Can about effective altruism and student charity work
Sinéad Baker sits down with Jane Ohlmeyer to discuss her new role and her focus on research development in College.
A campaign from Kells re-opens the controversy surrounding the rightful owners of the famous book.