Trinity Project to Recreate Centuries of Lost Historical Records

A blaze in the Irish Civil War destroyed thousands of records. Now, they're being recreated.
By Alanna MacNamee

Aramark Off UCD Campus Launches Campaign

The group hopes to emulate the work of Trinity’s campaign against direct provision.
By Kathleen McNamee

Few Words for Third-Level Funding, at Action Plan Launch

Previous education action plans have set targets for decisions on higher education funding.
By Dominic McGrath

GMITSU to Vote on Removal of Education Officer

Students will vote tomorrow on whether they want to retain the role.
By Dominic McGrath

USI Offers Free Online GP Service Until June

Over 35,000 students will be able to benefit from the VideoDoc service.
By Martha Lewis

Science Gallery Plans 10th Anniversary Celebrations

The gallery has hosted dozens of exhibitions over the last decade.
By Nadine Fitzpatrick

Trinity Hall Publication to Launch this Week

The publication aims to capture the attention of the Halls community with contributions from residents on student life and the wider Rathmines area.
By Aoife Kearins

Trinity Students ‘Pro-Establishment’, Farage tells Burkean Journal

Nigel Farage sat down with the editors of the Burkean Journal in O'Donoghue's pub for the only interview he gave on Friday.
By Eleanor O'Mahony

Trinity Research Offers Hopes for More Drug Discoveries

Mathias O Senge and his team have made a new molecular discovery.
By Deirbhile Kearney

No Protest Organised Against Farage Visit

Around 10 students protested outside the GMB to protest Farage's visit, shouting "racist" and "go back to your country".
By Ciaran Molloy