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What Drives Trinity’s Success With Entrepreneurs?

By coincidence or by design, Trinity produces more entrepreneurs than any university in Europe.
By Daniel O'Brien
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Will the Trinity Education Project be the Solution to Trinity’s Woes?

While the TEP has a lot of potential, it’s important that a variety of student voices are taken into account.
By Aisling Curtis
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Healthy Eating Can Be Unhealthy Too

Paige Reynolds argues that there's a fine line between "clean eating" and disordered fixation on healthy foods.
By Paige Reynolds
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Trinity Must Rethink its Approach to Erasmus

The programme is failing its core mission for students.
By Daniel O'Brien
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What Addiction Means to Students

Many university students have a complicated relationship with substance use and abuse.
By James Shaw
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Online Plagiarism is a Problem with No Easy Solution

Tom Myatt argues that online plagiarism unfairly targets small websites and reduces quality content online.
By Tom Myatt
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The Next Steps for LGBT Equality in Ireland

Laura Harmon argues that there is still a lot of work to do before we achieve LGBT equality.
By Laura Harmon
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The Pros and Cons of A Voluntary Students’ Union

Olly Donnelly argues that making SU membership non-mandatory would be fairer but difficult to implement.
By Olly Donnelly
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For Trinity Library, a Digital Strategy is Ahead of its Time

Aisling Curtis says that the library's new five-year strategic plan is a step in the right direction but cautions against complacency.
By Aisling Curtis
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Sensationalisation by the Media is Deeply Irresponsible

Far too often, the media gives murderers a platform that they shouldn't have.
By Paige Reynolds