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Unique: A Disabled Perspective. A Review

The official launch of the Unique: A Disabled Perspective, Disability Art and Poetry Exhibition took place in An Mheitheal, Printing House Square, on Tuesday, 29th November 2022. The exhibition was successfully launched by Provost Linda Doyle. There were also guest… Continue Reading →

SUSI Review

Click on Download SUSI Review (Word Document) to read the article, Trinity Ability co_op’s submission to the Students Universal Support Ireland (SUSI) Review 2021.

Sport Inclusion in Trinity – Cristina Cernat

Participation in sports has many benefits, including physical benefits such as improving cardiovascular health and stamina, reducing stress levels, and improving sleep. Depending on the sport you are doing, you can also improve certain skills such as speed, accuracy, flexibility,… Continue Reading →

Washington Ireland Program

My name is Scott Byrne and this summer I was extremely fortunate to be a member of the Washington Ireland Program (WIP) Class of 2021. The Washington Ireland Program is quite a unique program, selecting students from across the island… Continue Reading →

Please Don’t Hurt Her – Lorna Brown

Click on Download Document (Word Document) to read this story, Please Don’t Hurt Her by Lorna Brown.

Unique: A Disabled Perspective

Unique: A Disabled Perspective (our art and poetry exhibition, in collaboration with the SU) will be taking place on Tuesday the 29th of November at 7 pm. Be sure to get your tickets on Eventbrite. The event will be launched by Provost Linda Doyle and… Continue Reading →

Something Else “Different” About Me – Pride

When I began to think about it I found that there were a number of similarities between my “disability” and being LGBT+. I have anxiety and a panic disorder, and that is the first similarity, it is a hidden disability…. Continue Reading →

Adding Another Label to Myself – Pride

Some of my earliest memories are of the subtle ways I was made to feel different because of my disability. I felt that receiving any extra help highlighted that there was something about me that made me stand out from… Continue Reading →

No one is unworthy of pride and acceptance – Aaron Donnelly

My disability is not always obvious. From a young age, I have suffered from severe depression, generalised anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, and panic disorder. This seems like an extensive list, but it gives you a little insight into how… Continue Reading →

The First Year Experience – Ben Rowsome

The First Year Experience – Ben Rowsome At the beginning of the First Year, a college is a new place with new people, new sounds, new smells, new surroundings, and a new way of learning – in short, it’s a new… Continue Reading →

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