The week will also feature a discussion on the Armenian genocide, the Trinity Arts Workshop and Trinitone's fifth anniversary.
Founded by Trinity graduates, Nu wants to provide you with a free Trinity Ball look in exchange for avoiding the fast fashion industry.
Yesterday evening, the Rubberbandits’ Blindboy Boatclub gave a talk on the importance of mental wellbeing with a healthy dollop of irreverence.
Once used to house horses, the stables are now the home of the Trinity Irish Arts Research Centre (TRIARC), with horse stalls converted into study cartels.
Located in Inchicore, Gravity Climbing Centre offers high-quality bouldering, climbing competitions and a welcoming community.
Trinity VDP took over the Thomas Davis Theatre with the aim of raising both money and heart rates.
The world of student poetry will reach its competitive peak at next week's poetry slam which brings together students from all over Ireland.
Áine McBride’s exhibition, which is currently on show outside the Ed Burke theatre, offers an inconclusive response to student life in the Arts Block.
The societies will welcome Dr William Lane Craig and Dr Daniel Came to discuss the pervading philosophical questions that surround the matter.
Yesterday, acclaimed filmmaker Ben Wheatley spoke to DU Film Society and the Department of Film, touching on topics like rejecting traditional narrative, the role of music in his films and encouraging female protagonists.