Last week Trinity celebrated 4th week, offering students a second chance to sign up to the societies they may have missed in the mania of Fresher’s Week. Societies held a range of free events to give students a flavor of what they had to offer, here are a few of the best:
Sci-Fi: Film Screenings
Each night a classic SciFi flick was screened, including the Spielberg classic E.T.!
Korean Society: Food, Music and Games
The Korean Society welcomed students to the Global Room to play ‘Gonggi’, listen (and sing along) to some K-Pop, and have their fill of delicious Korean cuisine.
Hiking Society: Beginner’s hike to Howth
To introduce students to hiking, the society took them on a picturesque walk around Howth Head.
Zoological Society: Falconry on the cricket pitch
One of the most popular events, a mix of birds of prey were brought to the cricket pitch for students to get up close and personal with.
Lit Soc: Children’s illustration workshop
Acclaimed children’s illustrator Sarah Bowie led a workshop for aspiring artists and writers.
Comedy Society: Free stand-up gig
Conor O’Toole, Eleanor Tiernan and Sean Nolan performed their Edinburgh sets to a captive audience in Player’s Theater.
Fashion Soc: Model Casting
Student models came to strut their stuff to be part of the annual charity fashion show in November.
DU Players: Free Play
‘Witness for the Prosecution’, an Agatha Christie story, was performed for free throughout the week.
Afro-Caribbean Society: Nigerian Independence Day film screening
‘Half of a Yellow Sun’ was screened by the society in honor Nigerian Independence Day, which was earlier this month on October 1st.
Visual Arts: Graffiti Workshop
Students were invited to ‘Shake and Spray’ themselves creative and release their inner Banksy.