Episodes one and two of Normal People aired on RTÉ last night – and delivered a masterclass in directing and adolescent dynamics.
In the third – and final – part of our Lockdown Literature series, more Trinity lecturers give you reading inspiration.
Located outside the Fitzgerald Building, Apples and Atoms is one of Trinity's most distinctive artworks. Here's its story.
Last July, Susie Crawford got exclusive access to the filming of Normal People on campus – finding a production that obsessed over every detail.
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Trinity Ball may have fallen victim to the coronavirus pandemic, but never fear: its atmosphere can be translated to your home.
In the second of a new series, more Trinity lecturers tell us what they're reading mid-lockdown – and what they're steering clear of.
The society's theatre might have closed, but members of DU Players are still creating – using technology, and more than a dash of inventiveness.
Don dara bliain as a chéile, is mná ar fad sa trí phost is sinsearaí sa chumann.
In the first of a new series, Trinity lecturers tell us the books getting them through the coronavirus crisis – and offer some recommendations.
A portrait of the former chancellor, unveiled last May, occupies pride of place in Trinity's Dining Hall.