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Meet Prof Brian Singleton, the Most Famous Name in Scholarly Theatre

Brian Singleton, a Eurovision fanatic, is an encyclopaedia on theatre. But students are what matters to him most of all.
By Rachel O’Leary
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When the Academic Becomes Political: Trinity’s Vice-Provost Prepares for New Challenges

Prof Jurgen Barkhoff, Trinity's new Vice-Provost, has an impressive CV. But the demands of the Trinity Education Project won't be easy to navigate.
By Donal MacNamee
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Meet the Brains – and Heart – Behind Trinity’s Disability Service

After 19 years as the Director of Trinity's Disability Service, Declan Treanor's fingerprints are all over campus life.
By Donal MacNamee
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The Enigmatic Figure Behind Trinity’s Thriving Societies

Over 30 years in Trinity as a student and employee has made Joseph O'Gorman one of the most curious figures on campus.
By Kathleen McNamee
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The Superhero Leading Trinity’s Science Charge

Trinity’s only speaker at the prestigious Schrodinger conference this week, Lydia Lynch is striving to cure obesity and cancer through immunology.
By Aoife Kearins
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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