Trinity College

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Machaela O’Leary (left) and Catherine Coffey,  co-founders of Lexi

Machaela O’Leary and Catherine Coffey are childhood friends who met in their local Brownies group at the age of eight. They went through secondary sch(...)

Trinity College Dublin students are demanding  proposed exam-resit fees be scrapped, that affordable rental options be introduced and that student fees not be increased. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Security guards have entered a Trinity College Dublin campus building occupied by student protestors. Just before 5pm on Wednesday evening, a number(...)

A photograph taken inside the Dining Hall where occupying  students are preparing posters and banners.

Students in Trinity College Dublin blocked entry at two main access points to the college on Tuesday in protest at the introduction of a new fee struc(...)

Mick Torrans: ‘While my course in Maynooth was full-time, it was only two days every two weeks, meaning I could work at the same time’

The postgraduate experience is very different from the early college years. Fourth-level students tend to be much less involved in college life - espe(...)

Cormac Tierney: Architecture is quite vocational in that sense and you do it for the love and romance of building and design, not to get an easy pay day

Cormac Tierney (22) graduated from a three-year BSc in architecture degree at UCD in 2017. He took a year out to see if he enjoyed the professional si(...)

UCD offers an MA in Irish Folklore & Ethnology which includes archive work.

UCD’s Top five courses MSc in Actuarial Science MSc in Sports Physiotherapy Master of Business Administration MSc in Behavioural Economics MSc F(...)

Mark Dempsey: Can I go back and complete my master’s?

Mark Dempsey is a freelance graphic designer specialising in web design and digital solutions for business (see He is interested in p(...)

A three dimensional image that helps to visualise the developing baby’s bones and joints. Image via TCD

Irish scientists have discovered why and how the movement of a baby in the womb is critical to developing strong bones and joints. A team at Trinity(...)

Irish fashion designer Sybil Connolly at her Dublin fashion house in 1965. The key to entertaining was “staff”, she said. Photograph: Getty Images

A friend once gave me a pocket mirror with a vintage photograph of people wearing party hats, and the words “She was a hostess with the mostess” on it(...)

Eavan Boland reading from her collection In a Time of Violence, at a Guinness Writers’ Lunch in Doheny and Nesbitt’s pub, Dublin, 1994. Photograph: Eric Luke

As a series of paintings flit across the screen, the poet Eavan Boland gives an affecting appreciation. “My mother painted these beautiful, evocative,(...)

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