All posts by Guillermo Dillon

My Days in Trinity: a Walk Around Campus

Trinity College has an special laudatory distinction: it is both one of the oldest and most beautiful universities in the world. Having spent four years there, I realised that one could often forget to appreciate its history and its aesthetics....

/ 24/10/2018

Burke’s Economy of Truth in the Abortion Debate and Beyond

In an age when truth is so delicate and oftentimes manipulated, there should be a greater desire for conservative institutions to treat it with respect and for the public to look for it with responsibility. Walking out from Trinity College...

/ 01/04/2018

When does Life Begin?

When does life begin is probably the most fundamental question in the abortion debate. The pro-life side occasionally assumes that people know the answer to this, and the pro-choice side often seems to ignore the question entirely. Yet it is...

/ 16/03/2018

The Conservative’s Guide to Trinity’s 2018 SU Elections

For over a week now, the excitement has been building up. First you had the hoards of students waving flyers in your face every time you walked through the Arts Block or the Hamilton Building. Then came the profile picture...

/ 19/02/2018

We deserve a better CSC

Several weeks ago, the Central Societies Committee (CSC) voted against a motion calling for Dublin University Gender Equality Society (DUGES) to change their name to Dublin University Feminist Society, warning that such a change could “imperil” the future of the...

/ 16/11/2017