Scrúdaíonn Christopher McMahon fairsinge athbheochana na Gaeilge sa 21ú haois, athbheochan a scriosann sean-íomhá na príomhtheanga náisiúnta.
Christopher McMahon examines the extent of the 21st-century revival of the Irish language on campus and beyond – a rebirth that breaks with the traditional image of the first official language.
From shipping containers to purpose-built housing, Patrick Lavelle investigates how international cities are dealing with student accommodation shortages.
Fighting against college bureaucracy and with a vision for what the country could become, Prof John Byrne founded the computer science department and led Ireland to it's pioneering position.
As part of the Northern/Irish Feminist Judgments Project, Trinity professors are helping to reassess our legal history and influence the future of our legal system.
From Shakespeare to Barbie dolls, Bridge21 is reinventing teaching in a bid to better equip second-level students and teachers for 21st-century learning.
While opposition to loans has provided an a strong reason for marching, unions have also offered everything from gigs to barbeques to encourage attendance.
With nearly 50 acres of grounds and new additions planned up to 100 years in advance, Trinity's groundskeepers are responsible for maintaining College's green image.
Inspired by the success of a previous Trinity-based documentary, Inside Trinity's makers aimed to balance between tradition and progress.
The Trinity Education Project has outlined four key attributes that College wants every graduate to have, and is seeking to change the curriculum to incorporate them.