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Trinity Activist Festival Provided a Valuable Framework for Starting Conversations

Daniel O'Brien discusses the value of the intentions of Trinity's recent activism festival.
By Daniel O'Brien
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Essays: Due in On Time, Never Due Back

James Shaw argues that the common failure to give essays back on time is a highly problematic aspect of the Trinity education.
By James Shaw
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For High-Quality Sport, We Need Better Facilities and the Best Athletes

In a new sports strategy, the Director of Sports and the Dean of Students have put forward a number of proposals that would revolutionise Trinity sport.
By Aisling Curtis
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At UCD, a Referendum Three Years in the Making

Why a three year-old falling out between UCDSU and USI matters to you.
By Daniel O'Brien
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The Surreal Social Experiment of the Trinity Ball Launch Live Stream

The live stream, from an “undisclosed location”, was strange, the comments were unpleasant, but we couldn’t look away.
By Paige Reynolds
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UCD Porn Ring Just Another Blow to Equality

Paige Reynolds argues that examples of misogyny have become so commonplace that we aren't even shocked anymore.
By Paige Reynolds
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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