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Knowing More and How it Makes us Get Out and Live Less

Paige Reynolds argues that too much information too freely available removes all the mystery of life.
By Paige Reynolds
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Is it Important to be an “International University”?

Tom Myatt argues that to continue to have relevance Trinity must be seen as attractive on a global stage.
By Tom Myatt
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“Blue Monday” has Come and Gone, Yet Concerns about Mental Health Remain

Trinity's low dropout rates are emblematic of good quality mental health support services, and the rest of the country should take note.
By Aisling Curtis
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In AARP, USI has a Roadmap for Single-issue Advocacy

Defeating fees and loan schemes means selling a compelling narrative and getting students to vote.
By Daniel O'Brien
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Failing to Offer Promised Modules Jeopardises Student Degrees

James Shaw argues that failures in the provision of funding for higher education means College can’t pay for the degrees students signed up for.
By James Shaw
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It May Come as a Surprise, but Trinity Needs to do More to Support Students Beyond Academics

Addressing the findings of a recent survey, in which College fares poorly at helping students with non-academic needs.
By Tom Myatt
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The Transgender Community Deserves to Tell its Own Stories

Although awareness of trans rights is improving on campus and worldwide, Paige Reynolds argues that failure to feature trans actors on screen must be addressed.
By Paige Reynolds
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The Case for Staying in This New Year’s Eve

Why one writer wants to avoid the clubs, the weather, and the forced merriment.
By Paige Reynolds
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Voter Registration Reform Could Enhance the Democratic Process

Laura Harmon argues that Ireland’s voting process is outdated, unwieldy, and puts people off registering to vote.
By Laura Harmon
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Trinity’s Track Record of Women in Higher Academic Positions is Worryingly Poor

Aisling Curtis argues that, while gender equality in higher academic positions is poor worldwide, Trinity really needs to improve.
By Aisling Curtis