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The Phil Awards Famous Drag Queens with the Bram Stoker Award for Arts

Awards occurred alongside a discussion on drag's place in Ireland and abroad when it comes to LGBT culture.
By Paraic McLean
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Trinity’s Journal of Literary Translation and Exploring the Realms of Verbal and Visual

Lucy Walker reflects on the Journal of Literary Translation’s latest night of cross-disciplinary artistic examination.
By Lucy Walker
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Mental Health Week’s “Me Too Monologues” to Perform Untold Student Stories

The show, starting tonight, is about identity and is written and performed entirely by Trinity students.
By Gillian Murtagh
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Debate on Legal Consequences of Repeal of Eighth Descends into Exchange on Morals

Division between legality of abortion and the question of morality are not easily ascertained, speakers agree.
By Edmund Heaphy
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No New World Record, but a Soulful Start to Mental Health Week

Today's Soul Train may have been unsuccessful in breaking a world record, but the experience was enough to cheer up everyone at the start of the week.
By Octavia van Smirren
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Mexican Ambassador Addresses the Society for International Affairs

The Ambassador spoke on a number of topics including relations between the US and Mexico and Presidential Candidate Donald Trump.
By Ciaran Sunderland
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Blonde Ready to Bring Summer House to Trinity Ball

Paige Reynolds reviews the deep house and UK garage duo set to play Trinity Ball 2016.
By Paige Reynolds
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Horse Meat Disco to Bring the Joy of Disco to Trinity’s Campus

Katie Cogan, Ents officer of TCDSU, reviews Trinity Ball headliner Horse Meat Disco.
By Katie Cogan
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All Tvvins to Bring the Dark Side of Pop to Trinity Ball

Iseult Deane reviews the Irish duo due to headline Trinity Ball 2016.
By Iseult Deane
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Finding Trinity’s Rose, Charity Fight Night and The Annual Trinity Come Dancing

Rebecca Wynne-Walsh speaks with Ents Officer, Katie Cogan about all there will be to this RAG Week, which for the first time ever is falling into a second week.
By Rebecca Wynne-Walsh