Nick Spare gives Maguires the farewell tribute she so rightly deserves.
Will Dunleavy sits down with Lauren O'Leary and tells us what we can expect from Philip Ridley's Mercury Fur.
Tis the season to procrastinate, and Rebecca Wynne-Walsh explores the most enjoyable society distractions this week.
In Radius, Kathleen McNamee reviews Tomás Irish's new book situates Trinity's history within a national context.
After ten weeks of practice the musical, directed by Séimí Campbell, receives standing ovation on final night.
Carla King-Molina previews the final instalment of the readings of Dante's Divine Comedy, taking place today in Trinity's Chapel.
Roisin Putti tells you why you should make your way down to the sports hall tonight.
The Drag Queen extraordinaire returned to Trinity to accept honorary patronage of DU Players.
The Irish Writer's Centre hosts a night of stories and baked goods.
The society's annual appeal, which hopes to have its biggest year yet, launched yesterday and is running until December 16th.