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With Free Events, Dublin and Trinity to Transform for Culture Night

A preview of what to do in Dublin for one of the city's busiest nights of the year.
By Megan Russell
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Pav Debuts Facelift, Including New Colour Scheme and Bar

With more tills and beer taps, the Pav is seeking to appeal to a wider customer base.
By Sinéad Baker
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Rising, Centenary, Rebellion: A Look at This Year’s Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival

David Donovan maps out the most innovative theatre projects to visit Dublin over the next 20 days, exploring themes of remembrance, technology and migration.
By David Donovan
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Buzz Aldrin, Nick Clegg and Mary Berry Among Those Set to Visit Trinity’s Largest Societies

Other guests set to visit Trinity societies during the next year include Ellie Goulding, The Rubberbandits, and Jermey Paxman.
By Gillian Murtagh
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Space and Science Societies, Bringing a More General Interest onto Trinity’s Campus

Brian Donnelly speaks to the newly formed General Science Society and proposed Space Society about what it takes to successfully establish a society in college.
By Brian Donnelly
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Trinity Students Prepare to Perform New Shows at Edinburgh Fringe

With the Edinburgh Festival Fringe beginning on Friday, two sets of Trinity students prepare to showcase their new shows to an international audience.
By David Donovan and Anne Keegan
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One Jumper, One Word, One Message

In a project started by Anna Cosgrave, a former Trinity student, the Repeal Project's jumpers have taken over social media and sold out within an hour.
By Conor Davage
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Science Gallery’s Seeing Exhibition Teeters on Divide Between Art and Science

Charlotte Ryan reviews the gallery’s latest exhibition, Seeing, which opens tomorrow.
By Charlotte Ryan
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The Role of the Extra-Terrestrial in Overcoming the Political

Speaking in Trinity today, the Director General of the European Space Agency on the role of Europe, and Ireland, in exploring space and bringing countries together.
By Dominic McGrath and Charlotte Ryan
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At Swim, Two Boys: A Refreshing Perspective on Revolutionary Ireland

Annie Keegan reviews the adaptation of Jamie O'Neill's novel, currently showing in the Samuel Beckett Theatre.
By Annie Keegan