How Síona Cahill Conquered the Student Movement

Síona Cahill is bidding to be the next President of the Union of Students in Ireland.
By Eleanor O'Mahony

The Haphazard History of Front Square

The Campanile has come to dominate Front Square. But Trinity's famous square could have ended up looking very different.
By Holly Brown

Why Trinity Prides Itself on a Useless Experiment

The pitch-drop experiment is fundamentally useless. So why does it bewitch so many people?
By Aoife Kearins

Northern Ireland Students Are Still Playing Wait and See Over Brexit

Livelihoods, careers and borders are weighing heavily on the minds of students.
By Ellen McLean

The Man Selling Science to Ireland’s Politicians

Ireland outdoes itself when it comes to research. But, for Science Foundation Ireland's Director, there is always room to improve.
By Jamie Sugrue

How the Eighth Amendment Battle Moved to Social Media

Bots, microtargeting and polarisation will all play a role in the upcoming repeal referendum.
By Jake O'Donnell

Academia is Facing an Intelligence Test

The integration of artificial intelligence into education is often met with suspicion. But attitudes are changing.
By Martha Lewis

Damien McClean is Taking Welfare National

TCDSU Welfare Officer Damien McClean wants students to vote him all the way to USI.
By Aisling Marren

Marshalling Letters and Laws for Gender Recognition

As the women reviewing the Gender Recognition Act, Moninne Griffith is well aware of her responsibilities.
By Ellen McLean

How the War on Plastic Came to College Campuses

Around the world, universities are waking up to the damaging impact of plastic.
By Niall O'Sullivan