Research Review: How did the digital LGBTQ+ community use nostalgia and social media to cope during the Covid-19 pandemic?

Article by Kyle Ginsberg (Laidlaw Scholar 2021, TSM English and Sociology) My research project investigated how the LGBTQ+ community on Twitter utilised nostalgia and social media to cope during the initial COVID-19 lockdown. By looking through tweets from March – August 2020, media consumption, social wellness, and lockdown fatigue can all be retrospectively analysed. FourContinue reading “Research Review: How did the digital LGBTQ+ community use nostalgia and social media to cope during the Covid-19 pandemic?”

Leadership Session Review: With Cathal Quinn

Article by Eimear Kearins (Economical and Political Science, 2021 Laidlaw Scholars) When we were told our Leadership 2 workshop was planned to be in person, to say I was ecstatic is an understatement. But due to the nature of the past 15 months, I kept waiting for an email breaking the news that it wasContinue reading “Leadership Session Review: With Cathal Quinn”

Laidlaw Foundation Visit – September 2021

Article by Joe Linogao (Engineering with Management, 2021 Laidlaw Scholars) On the 15th September 2021, the Laidlaw community at Trinity College were invited to take part in a presentation and reception as part of a visit to Trinity from the Laidlaw Foundation. It was a day where we finally got to see each  other faceContinue reading “Laidlaw Foundation Visit – September 2021”