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What Would the Oisín House Project Actually Have Looked Like?

If Trinity's proposal had been accepted by An Bord Pleanála, the complex would have loomed multiple storeys taller than most Trinity buildings.
By Dominic McGrath
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In Documenting his Trip Around America, Jack Kavanagh is Breaking Boundaries

The Trinity pharmacy student became paralysed from the chest down after an accident in 2012, but his new documentary proves there's nothing holding him back.
By Aoife O'Donoghue
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In Time of Crisis, Bringing About a Change in Culture

Now leaving the role of Vice-Provost, Linda Hogan has helped oversee the direction of the college in one of the most uncertain times in its history.
By Dominic McGrath
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Deciding Between the State and Student Loans: How Did We Get Here?

From a history of free tuition to the current underfunding and consideration of loans, we look back on the timeline of higher education funding solutions.
By Charlotte Ryan
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Trinity Library Marks Battle of the Somme With Website Digitising Irish WWI Diaries And Letters

On the centenary of the battle, the library memorialises the Irishmen who lost their lives for political and personal gain, and the families they left behind.
By Fionnuala Egan
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For the New Senior Tutor, Philosophy and Real Life Meet in Trinity

Dr Aidan Seery of the School of Education will continue the work done by outgoing Senior Tutor, Dr Claire Laudet.
By Aoife O'Donoghue
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The Trinity Project Taking Online Poker From Boom to Bitcoin

Fourth-year computer science student, Eamon McNamee, aims to revolutionise the poker world with his decentralised, Bitcoin-based online poker site.
By Charlotte Ryan
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Putting the “Wild” Back in the Oscar Wilde Centre

With the appointment of enigmatic novelist Ian Sansom as Director, the centre looks set to tackle new areas of literary criticism and writing.
By Fionnuala Egan
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The Trinity Student Challenging Period Stigma

Susanna Hunt's huge online campaign, #FreeTheP, is challenging the shame and high costs that come with having a period.
By Kathleen McNamee
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Saving the World With Ecology and Economics

After her inaugural lecture, Trinity ecologist Prof Yvonne Buckley speaks about the intersection of ecology and technology in protecting the planet.
By Kathleen McNamee