Ireland's oldest museum resides within Trinity's walls, but most remain unaware of all it has to offer
Charlotte Ryan talks to US Marine and short story writer Phil Klay about war, myth and fiction ahead of his reading in Trinity.
Division and disenfranchisement in Trinity, arising from the Provost’s lack of respect for debate among Board members, has led to comments that the Board is “barely functional”.
Sarah Ledden looks at the obstacles facing women journalists as a result of gender inequality in the industry
Prof Peter Coxon, a member of the College Board and head of the Geography Department, sent an email urging Geography students to fight the “ridiculous” staffing situation.
Event, organised by the Fellows as part of Trinity Week, attended by over 70 academics.
Charlotte Ryan talks to Irish model Li-Ann Smal about the Irish modelling scene and the proposed French ban on too-thin models
Online voting can not only be a boon for colleges, but as a test case for all of society
Cathal Kavanagh speaks to Books Upstairs and discusses the independent book industry in modern Dublin
Following the success of the cafe and crisp shop, Simply Crispy, Katie Meegan examines the eating habits of students.