The Trials and Tribulations of a Health Science Placement

On health science placements, students battle against stress and heavy workloads – and it doesn't seem like that is changing anytime soon.
By Cormac Watson

In 1981, a British Businessman Was Shot in the Arts Block. Why Does No-One Remember?

On March 24th, 1981, three armed men walked into the Arts Block and shot a visiting lecturer three times in the leg. Mystery still surrounds the event.
By Molly Furey

On US Campuses, a Gun Debate That’s as Ubiquitous as It is Divisive

The great gun debate has bled onto US campuses – and it's as polarising there as it is in wider society.
By Julia Bochenek

Fostaíocht san Aontas Eorpach – Iniúchadh ar Chúrsaí Dlí agus Gaeilge

Caithfear plé a dhéanamh ar chonas céimithe a mhealladh i dtreo na hEorpa agus tosaíonn sin ag leibhéal fóchéime.
By Eimear Finan

How Luxury Student Accommodation Conquered Dublin

In Ireland, luxury student accommodation is a booming business. Rachel O'Leary investigates, and asks: is there an alternative?
By Rachel O’Leary

Slavery and Universities: ‘We Can’t Atone, But We Can Recognise’

Slavery is most often associated with the past. But around the world, universities are reckoning with dark histories – and attempting to repent.
By Gillian O’Neill

Doctors and Artists Meet at Medicine’s Very Own Electric Picnic

The DotMD conference explores the power of storytelling in healthcare.
By Emma Donohoe

In Ireland and the US, Academics Fight for a New, Kinder Higher Education

For some students, conventional higher education pathways aren't the answer. Schemes around the world are being set up to help.
By Rachel O’Leary

The Student Recruiters Working to Sell Trinity to the World

Around the world, student recruiters work to bring international students to Trinity.
By Aisling Marren

A Corporation Wants Our Genome Data, While Universities are Denied Access

When it comes to genomics, academics say the government is prioritising commercial benefit over medical research.
By Cillian Gartlan