Review

Learning About the Birds and the Bees with Zoo Soc and the Phil

Today, the Phil took a break from debating to learn about biodiversity with Zoo Soc.
By Niamh Herbert

Review: Celebrating 25 Years of Diversity, the IFI Open Day 2017

The Irish Film Institute celebrated its birthday with a soiree of free films and a visit from the President.
By Aaron Finnegan

Five of the Best: Open Mic Nights in Dublin

Original music, poetry competitions and live comedy: there’s something for everyone in Dublin’s varied open mic night scene.
By Rebecca Wynne-Walsh

Culture, Politics and Music Unite, as Hot Press Celebrates the Faces to Grace its Cover

Imelda May, Hozier and U2 are but a few of the names to feature in the iconic music magazine.
By Andrew Connolly

Sally Rooney’s Debut Novel Masterfully Explores Modern-Day Relationships

The Trinity graduate's 'Conversations With Friends' tackles both current and universal issues whilst remaining consistently entertaining.
By Chloe Tait

A State of the Nation Play, Jimmy’s Hall is Angry, Joyous and Vital Viewing

The archaic and the anachronistic intertwine in a production that reveals the injustice of De Valera's Ireland.
By Ultan Pringle

Dublin’s Latest Cutthroat Trend: Falafel Wars

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.
By Niamh Fanthom

Five of the Best: Date Spots in Dublin

We’ve picked out some of the best date spots in walking distance of Trinity itself, because what’s more romantic than proximity?
By Rebecca Wynne-Walsh

At Trinity Economic Forum, William K Black on Financial Fraud and Regulation

The professor, white-collar crime lawyer and former bank regulator, offered a more cynical and realistic address than Deirdre Mc Closkey.
By Courtney Brennan

An Cumann Gaelach Declared Trinity’s Best Dance Crew

Last night, a range of societies gathered together in the Button Factory to compete for the coveted title in aid of RAG week.
By Rebecca Wynne-Walsh