The award-winning magazines and newspapers that make up Trinity’s vibrant student media are supported by Trinity Publications, which is comprised entirely of elected students and exists solely to facilitate the activities of student editors, journalists (and readers!) on campus.
Getting involved with Publications is a great way to make new friends, learn new skills that are actually useful and help make something that you can take pride in. In a few months time you could be discovering your talents as a sports photographer, interviewing celebrities, going to gigs to review the latest bands or writing cutting pieces of satire for The Piranha.
DU Publications encourages students to contribute to the publications; they also welcome applications to start up new student publications in College and can offer funding and advice to help you get started.
If you see yourself as more of a casual reader, look out for issues of publications, which are normally distributed free on campus, such as:
Icarus (literary review), Miscellany (commentary), The Piranha (satire), Trinity News (broadsheet newspaper), The Social and Political Review, The Student Economic Review, The Trinity Student Medical Journal, the Afro-Caribbean Journal, Sofia and The Attic.
See Publications’ website at www.trinitypublications.info.