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Student Protesters’ Commitment is Unprecedented

Today's direct action suggests a resolve that should have the College trembling, writes Ciannait Khan.
By Ciannait Khan
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Becoming an Effective Activist

Ciannait Khan argues that students need to be ambitious in their activism and not shy away from the big issues.
By Ciannait Khan
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The Modern Scourge of the Voice Message

Ciannait Khan questions why we've all suddenly become obsessed with voice messages.
By Ciannait Khan
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What’s Love Got to do With It?

This Valentine's Day, Annie Hoey explains how love is driving the campaign to repeal the eighth.
By Annie Hoey
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Micheál Martin’s Repeal Support Suggests a Tide is Turning

The last two days in the Dáil have been a turning point in the repeal debate, writes Simon Foy
By Simon Foy
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Deis í Bhliain na Gaeilge Chun Smaoineamh Siar agus Brú a Chur ar an Rialtas Arís

Ba chóir go mbeimís ag díriú ár n-aird ar an dúshlán tábhachtach atá romhainn agus muidne ag lorg maoiniú cuí agus cóir ón rialtas.
By Philip McGuinness
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How to Handle the Holidays

Christmas isn't always fun. But there's support available.
By Scott Ahearn
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Trinity’s Mollycoddling Doesn’t Benefit Students

Room checks, safety talks and stern lectures about bringing guests back only serve to infantalise students, writes Ciannait Khan.
By Ciannait Khan
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The Committee Has Spoken. Let’s Look Ahead to a Referendum

Today is an opportunity to look ahead to the referendum on the eighth amendment, writes Annie Hoey.
By Annie Hoey
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Negative Body Feelings? Seek Help

In a world of increased pressure and social demands, the importance of learning to love oneself should not be disregarded.
By Rebecca Corr