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‘Mary Robinson Told Us to Pack Our Bags’: When TCDSU Was Threatened With Prison
In A Digital World, What’s the Future of Print in Academia?
The Enduring Utility of Peace Studies
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Budget 2022 Proves There’s No Panic Button for Third Level in Leinster House
The Disorienting Nature of Freshers’ Orientation
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Trinity’s Small Sports Clubs Attempt to Recoup Signups Post-Pandemic
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Blundering Through College Sport in South Africa
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An Ode to Solo Travel
The Enduring Magic of the Irish Staycation
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A Guide to Dublin’s Student-Friendly Suburbs
Emer Tyrrell gives a run down of the neighbourhoods in the capital that are popular among college-goers.
Dear Fresher Me: Tom Vaughan-Lawlor
The actor most famous for playing Nidge on Love/Hate reflects on what he learned from Trinity's drama department and DU Players.
A Letter to Freshers: Embrace the Highs and the Lows
Few first years will know what they want to get out of their time in Trinity. Uncertainty is part of the fun, writes Naoise D'Arcy.
Freshers’ Week 2020: A First Time for First Years and Societies Alike
After six months of uncertainty, incoming freshers are willing to get creative to make the most of an unlikely first year.
A Guide to Trinity’s Top Social Media Accounts
From pictures of sunsets over the Campanile, to envious bowls of porridge, these accounts offer a range of top quality social media content to Trinity students.
Not Seen on Screen: Normal Things
A rundown of some of the normal realities of life on campus that Sally Rooney’s ‘Normal People’ didn’t quite capture, despite its name.
Dear Fresher Me: Éanna Hardwicke
Éanna Hardwicke played Rob Hegarty – Connell’s best friend from home – in ‘Normal People’.
A Guide to College’s Mental Health Supports
From the Student Counselling Service to NiteLine, don’t be at a loss when it comes to taking care of your mental health in college.
Dear Fresher Me: Emilie Pine
Academic and author Emilie Pine recalls her first year in college as an uncertain year, but reassures incoming students that it gets easier as you find your people.
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