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Freedom of Speech is Not Freedom to Dictate

Olly Donnelly responds to Brendan O’Neill’s distorted view of Trinity students.
By Olly Donnelly
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Despite Millions Spent on Systems, Admin in Trinity is Still Laughable

Sinéad Baker points out that Trinity's poor administrative prowess is not because of under-resourcing or lack of funding.
By Sinéad Baker
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When You Compare Ranking Methodologies, You Realise their Disconnect from Students

Aisling Curtis compares the QS and Times Higher Education Rankings, and says that for students, they're not that important.
By Aisling Curtis
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Rankings Hint at Trinity’s Failures and Success

Daniel O'Brien reflects on Trinity's efforts to improve.
By Daniel O'Brien
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Voter Registration is No Substitute for Day of Action

USI must utilise its political capital in the most effective way, argues Sinéad Baker.
By Sinéad Baker
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Trinity and Age-Old Elitism

James Shaw questions why Trinity is often stereotyped as elitist and explores how this perception is being challenged.
By James Shaw
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The Quest for a “New” Politics

From Lynn Ruane to Jeremy Corbyn, unconventional is popular as voters look for something new.
By Tom Myatt
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To Run a Large Society, We Pay a High Price

Olly Donnelly argues that providing financial remuneration to presidents of major societies would open the positions to more people.
By Olly Donnelly
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Steps We Must Take to Repeal the Eighth

Laura Harmon discusses what must be done in the repeal the eighth campaign.
By Laura Harmon
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Trinity Must Provide Careers Services to All Students

Regardless of tight budgets, maintaining and filling these positions should be a priority for College.
By Aisling Curtis