Hozier addressed social issues, being young and Irish, and dropping out of Trinity.
The design of everyone’s least-favourite library is scandalously overlooked, writes Geordie Milne.
With hilarious one liners and salacious commentary from the hosts, this year’s Take Me Out was not to be missed.
Joyce Dignam on what to look forward to in the two-day festival, which aims to help young activists to make a difference.
Albright addressed the need for students to “start discussions, not end them”, the refugee crisis and Bernie Sanders vs Hillary Clinton.
The free exhibition on the future of food in agriculture and beyond opens tomorrow.
DU Players won Best Large Society, while Best Small Society went to Trad Soc.
Panel, which discussed feminism on social media and what it means to be a woman in Ireland today, undoubtedly left the audience feeling inspired.
The renowned performance artist discussed her unique career trajectory, perceptions of performance art, and holding her own in a tough craft.
Will Dunleavy sits down with the self-professed “Dad” of DU Players, who recently completed his term as Chair, to discuss the role of the society and Trinity's drama scene.