Colleges are putting greater emphasis on sport, but what balance can be struck that encourages students but doesn't take money away from other areas?
An assured performance against Old Belvedere gets Trinity back on track ahead of important fixtures in the All-Ireland League.
Dublin University Karate Club beat University College Dublin by four points on their way to securing the cup, while taking home 14 medals in individual competition.
Mark McGauran, a fitness instructor in Trinity, outlines the benefits of exercise in managing the kind of stress that college life can create.
The new DUAFC manager Adam Firych talks of his philosophy for the game, and his hopes for his first season at the helm.
The Garda College narrowly defeated Trinity's hurling team by 2-18 to 1-18 on an icy Thursday night in Santry.
Often requiring less time commitment than some of the more serious teams, and offering trips over the year, social sports could be the perfect way to get involved in college life.
The three Trinity graduates behind the award-winning app, Matchday, plan to “gameify” live sport and enhance the viewing experience of sports fans everywhere.
The conference, which took place in Trinity yesterday, also saw Mayo GAA footballer Ronan McGarrity discuss his struggle with testicular cancer.
DUAFC began life under new manager Adam Firych with a hard-earned 0-0 draw against Mount Merrion in the Sunday 1A Division of the Leinster Senior League.