As International Women’s Week approaches, Rebecca Wynne-Walsh argues that the best way to spend your spare hour on campus is to join an activism campaign.
Ahead of the journal’s launch on Monday, co-founders, Laura McCormack and Jenny Moran discuss the diversity and inclusivity to be found in the journal.
Siobhán O’Leary Ashford speaks with final year National College of Art and Design (NCAD) student, Caoimhe Hill about the distant and slightly ethereal nature of the College.
Veginity, located just off Camden St, offers an ever-changing menu of plant-based foods based around weekly themes.
Despite limited seating, J2 provides delicious food that's worth the price.
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.
Five Of The Best
We’ve picked out some of the best date spots in walking distance of Trinity itself, because what’s more romantic than proximity?
Arianna Schardt explores the two uniquely different exhibitions currently running in the gallery.
Georgie Emery speaks to Bite of Life’s manager, Jorinde Rolsma, about the 20 years of success that the business are currently celebrating.
The exhibition, which is currently running in the National Gallery, includes the Taking of Christ and Supper at Emmaus.