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Arabella Bishop is Shaping the Irish Art Scene

With her wit and charm, Bishop is a perfect ambassador for the Irish art scene.
By Imogen Kavanagh
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Lynn Scarff is Forging a New Way Between Arts and Science

The Science Gallery's outgoing director has brought an enthusiasm and energy to exhibition after exhibition.
By Jake O'Donnell
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Jane Ohlmeyer is an Academic Unafraid of Trinity’s Political Tightrope

She's a master of the arts, the face of Irish research and her friends call her a visionary. Is there any stopping Jane Ohlmeyer?
By Ellen McLean
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Tim Trimble is Keeping Students on the Right Side of the Law

Despite being a former member of the RUC, Trinity's Junior Dean is no fan of punishing students.
By Donal MacNamee
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How William Campbell’s Passion for Parasites Won Him a Nobel Prize

Jamie Sugrue profiles William Campbell, Trinity's only living Nobel Prize winner, whose research has saved millions of lives.
By Jamie Sugrue
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The Trinity Lecturer Creating Solutions to Our Cities’ Problems

Arriving to Trinity from UCD, Dr Marcus Collier brings with him a wealth of expertise in the area of urban development and sustainability.
By Dillon Hennessy
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Patrick Geoghegan: Putting the Theory of Political Rhetoric into Practice

Edmund Heaphy profiles Patrick Geoghegan, an acclaimed Trinity historian who is now Taoiseach Leo Varadkar’s speechwriter.
By Edmund Heaphy
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Setting the Pace in Trinity Sport, Michelle Tanner

Michelle Tanner, the Head of Trinity Sport, is expanding the role of sport in the college.
By Dillon Hennessy
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The Arts Dean Passionate About the Role of Literature, and of Universities

Prof Darryl Jones is the quintessential academic in his beliefs that college is a place to challenge ideology.
By Isla Hoe
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The Political Science Professor Leading Research and The Next Generation to A Bright Future

Prof Raj Chari on bringing science into politics, why Trinity students are the smartest and why he starts every lecture with a political song.
By Rachael Kilduff