Trinity isn't generally known for its GAA prowess, but in the early 1990s Trinity were sweeping up Division One titles.
In June 1988, two of the world's best tennis players faced off in a charity match in New Square – as some students watched from their windows.
Former Ireland manager Brian Kerr has a little-known – but longstanding – family connection with Trinity. Here, he tells the tale.
The sailor and Trinity student – responsible for winning Ireland a spot at the Olympics – on the decision that denied her a shot at qualification.
Diego Coyle Diez came to Trinity to find a dysfunctional DUCAC. A year later, the organisation was transformed.
The statement comes in the wake of worldwide protests after the shooting of George Floyd in the US.
Keller criticised Irish Sailing after the organisation nominated Annalise Murphy without running trial regattas to decide who travels to Tokyo.
While a Trinity student, Aymen Ben Mohamed came agonisingly close to Collingwood Cup glory. Now he's an African Champions League winner.
He departed Trinity in acrimonious circumstances in 2016, but in his two spells at DUAFC, Adrian Fitzpatrick took his side to two Collingwood finals.
A first-ever win in the Fitzgibbon Cup in 2019 did more than just secure Trinity's hurlers the points – it was a statement of college hurling intent.