Trinity's new Transition Officer, Eimear Rouine, has been appointed with the goal of making students' adjustment to college life easier.
Trinity joins the ranks of national and international colleges offering gender-neutral bathroom facilities, a development met with criticism in some places.
In an interview, Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton, talks about funding, job creation and the importance of education to the government's ambitions.
Despite opening at the height of the recession, TBSI has become one of Trinity's success stories over the last five years.
In order to attract applicants, Trinity needs to convince students that this is where they want to study – but does it do enough?
If Trinity's proposal had been accepted by An Bord Pleanála, the complex would have loomed multiple storeys taller than most Trinity buildings.
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.
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.
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.
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.