Snapshots of a City in Chaos in Trinity’s 1916 Rising Exhibition

Sophie Andrews-McCarroll speaks with the archivists behind the project that uncovers a Trinity drastically different from that of 1966 and 2016.
By Sophie Andrews-McCarroll

Trinity and the Controversial Business of Commemoration

Ciaran Sunderland investigates some of College's commemorative statues, and the controversy around remembering the famous and infamous dead.
By Ciaran Sunderland

In the Seanad TCD Panel, Candidates Merge the Personal with the Political

The 16 candidates running in the TCD Panel spoke to The University Times about their motivations for running and shared their take on prominent student issues.
By Charlotte Ryan and Sophie Andrews-McCaroll

LGBT Staff Network and the Legacy of the Sexual Liberation Movement

Sarah Scales talks to Joel McKeever of the LGBT staff network about providing a safe space for staff in Trinity's already inclusive community.
By Sarah Scales

A New Face Enters the College Chaplaincy

The new Anglican Chaplain and Dean of Residency, Rvd Steve Brunn, talks to The University Times about student life, ecumenics and his life before Trinity.
By Sophie Andrews McCarroll

RB McDowell and the Legacy of the Trinity Eccentric

Tom Myatt profiles former History lecturer and eccentric, RB McDowell, who almost single-handedly progressed the field of Irish History.
By Tom Myatt

With Little Election Debate on Third-Level, Royal Irish Academy Could Have Role to Play

With little debate on third level during general election, there's potential for the views of the academy to influence debate in coming weeks.
By Christopher McMahon

From TCDSU to the Seanad, How Student Politics Reach the National Stage

Kathleen McNamee speaks to a number of former TCDSU presidents on how moving into national politics changed their perspectives and goals.
By Kathleen McNamee

What You Need to Know Before Voting Tomorrow

Everything you need to know about voting in tomorrow's general election.
By Sinéad Baker

In the General Election, the Trinity Lecturer Providing a Voice for Irish Muslims

Dr Ali Selim of the Department of Near and Middle Eastern Studies speaks to Hugh Mitchell on setting up the South Dublin Muslim Board and representing Irish Muslims in the general election
By Hugh Mitchell