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Why Trinity is the Perfect Place to Nurse an Aching Friendship Crush

Trinity's unique environment encourages individuality of the sort that makes it hard to avoid catching friendship feels, writes Faye Curran.
By Faye Curran
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The Perks – and Many Perils – of Working as a Student

Balancing jobs that often verge on full-time with college courses is a struggle for an increasing number of students. It's time we talked about it, writes Ella Connolly.
By Ella Connolly
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Consent is a Human Right. It Should Not be an Issue for Debate

Consent, writes Aoife Kearins, is a fundamental thing we are all entitled to. It's not something that should be up for any debate.
By Aoife Kearins
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People with Special Needs Deserve Respect. Newspapers Must Take Note

Newspapers wield considerable influence – they must be careful to write in a respectful way, writes Julie Leenane
By Julie Leenane
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My Adventures With The Drunk and Disorderly On The Sligo Train

The Sligo train gives rise to an endless stream of hardships, writes Aisling Marren.
By Aisling Marren
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Invisible Disabilities Are a Part of Life. Understanding is Important

We'd all benefit from a more informed conversation about invisible disabilities, but the most important thing is to be there for those around you, writes Cormac Watson.
By Cormac Watson
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My Utrecht Erasmus Has Made Me a Parody of Leprechaun Irishness

Molly Furey rediscovers her Irish roots, via Guinness and gas craic, on an Erasmus in the Netherlands.
By Molly Furey
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I Signed Up for a Free Box of Pringles. Now I’m a TCDSU Class Rep

As the old adage goes: there’s no such thing as a free box of Pringles, writes Aoife Kearins.
By Aoife Kearins
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In College, Sex and Drugs are the Rule – Not the Exception

Attitudes towards sex and drugs in university are a far cry from those held in rural areas, writes Faye Curran.
By Faye Curran
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Grief is a Part of Life. It’s Time We Learned to Talk About It

Grief is an ever-evolving set of emotions, and we shouldn't hide from that, writes Molly Furey.
By Molly Furey