Today, the Phil took a break from debating to learn about biodiversity with Zoo Soc.
The Irish Film Institute celebrated its birthday with a soiree of free films and a visit from the President.
Original music, poetry competitions and live comedy: there’s something for everyone in Dublin’s varied open mic night scene.
Imelda May, Hozier and U2 are but a few of the names to feature in the iconic music magazine.
The Trinity graduate's 'Conversations With Friends' tackles both current and universal issues whilst remaining consistently entertaining.
The archaic and the anachronistic intertwine in a production that reveals the injustice of De Valera's Ireland.
Falafel is now a big market in Dublin and competition for customers is fierce. We pick out the best spots to get your falafel fix.
We’ve picked out some of the best date spots in walking distance of Trinity itself, because what’s more romantic than proximity?
The professor, white-collar crime lawyer and former bank regulator, offered a more cynical and realistic address than Deirdre Mc Closkey.
Last night, a range of societies gathered together in the Button Factory to compete for the coveted title in aid of RAG week.