Bones, Magnets and Bioengineering: Creating a World-Class Research Centre in the Heart of Dublin

Trinity's Amber research centre, the envy of researchers in Europe and the US, only plans to get bigger in years to come.
By Jamie Sugrue

The Student-Led Watch Company With a Conscience

Stem Watches, created by a Trinity student and supported by Launchpad, is looking to save the planet one fashionable watch at a time.
By Aislinn McCann

Trump, Truth and Teaching: The President-Elect’s Impact on Critical Analysis

Subjects like international relations and American politics might need to reconsider their approach to teaching following Donald Trump's election.
By Aisling Curtis

Encouraging Student Art Collectors Through Volunteering and Curating

The College Art Collections, which allows students to hire contemporary pieces of art, is attempting to build a sense of artistic passion in students.
By Arianna Schardt

Creating a Culture of Going to College Across the Country

Running this week, College Awareness Week aims to show students of all ages and abilities that third level education can be open to everyone.
By Eva Dolan

With College to Announce its Decision on Divestment, Recognising Trinity’s Part in a Global Movement

As universities across the world encourage divestment, Fossil Free TCD is attempting to build a national awareness campaign to build solidarity and awareness.
By Hannah Moody

Researching Harry Potter and the Unconscious Dimension

Inspired return to Trinity as a research student after buying the Harry Potter books for her grandchildren, Mary Pyle is now researching the appeal of JK Rowling's famous series.
By Bláthín Wilson

Rioting and Disbelief as American Campuses React to US Election

As Trump's election sends shock waves throughout the world, Irish students in America reflect on the effect of the election result on their US peers.
By Jenna Clarke Molloy

A Remarkable Life Spent Researching Art and Partying with Jagger

Founder of the Department of History of Art and Architecture, Prof Emeritus Anne Crookshank, was a trailblazer for women in Trinity and essential to the recognition of Irish art and architecture at home and abroad.
By Arianna Schardt

Marching in Step with Students Abroad

As Ireland and other international education systems face cuts, #FundOurFuture is aiming to provide a platform for international campaigns to support each other.
By Kathleen McNamee