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Get to the Greek, as Dublin’s Film Festival Returns

The third time is set to be a charm for the returning festival, here to fill up the Greek cinema-shaped hole in your heart
By Rebecca Wynne-Walsh
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Mulligan and Haines: An Identity Crisis on Dame St

The new cocktail bar leaves something of a bad taste in the mouth.
By Clara King
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Fairies, Fantasy and Feminism at the Third Annual DeptCon Convention

DeptCon provided an in-depth look into Ireland's unique and blooming young adult literary scene.
By Ciannait Khan
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Jazz Jam, Hispanic Wine and Diwali: Your Fourth Week Ahead

As Fourth Week rolls around, Trinity’s societies have an exciting week of events lined up.
By Niamh Herbert
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At Whelans, Amber Run Makes a Comeback

A successful second album shows that Amber Run has plenty left to give after a tumultuous year.
By Kathleen McNamee
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A Snapchat-Generation Opera that Misunderstands Modern Love

Modern love is certainly not simple. Unfortunately, The Second Violinist is.
By John Dinneen
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Architecture Tidbit: Trinity’s Islandbridge Boat House

A look into the delicate nuances of the DUBC residency and the life it encompasses.
By Robert Holton
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Trinity Alumni Offer Visions of the Future, with DUCSS

Paddy Cosgrave was among those to address Dublin University Computer Science Society last night.
By Charlotte O'Reilly
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Scientists, Philosophers and Designers Tackle Artificial Intelligence

The best of Trinity's staff were on offer to discuss the future of artificial intelligence in the Long Room Hub this evening.
By Jack Schofield
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Dear Constant Reader: A Celebration of Stephen King

The supreme horror of Stephen King is set to terrify and thrill at the Light House Cinema this October.
By Rebecca Wynne-Walsh