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Trinity’s Early Move-In Fee Exploits Student Residents

Students already pay €7,000 to live on campus for the year. Kathleen McNamee asks why they should pay more.
By Kathleen McNamee
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It’s Time to Stand up Against Exploitative Internships

Ciannait Khan writes that it's not unreasonable to expect compensation for labour.
By Ciannait Khan
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Trinity Must Do More To Tackle Ireland’s Obesity Crisis

The health of students is of paramount importance to universities. As a leader in education, Trinity needs to step up to the mark.
By Nadine Fitzpatrick
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Students Should Reassert Their Power in Upcoming EU Elections

In the wake of repeal success, students have an opportunity to prove their strength in the EU elections.
By Philip McGuinness
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Grappling With Reverse Culture Shock

After a whirlwind year and newfound independence in Dublin, home isn't the place it used to be, writes Eliana Jordan.
By Eliana Jordan
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Don’t Let the Healy-Raes Block Repeal

Wily anti-abortion TDs will do everything in their power to obstruct abortion legislation. It’s up to yes campaigners not to let them.
By Matthew Murphy
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We Should Embrace Career Uncertainty

In a changing careers market, mobility and flexibility is no bad thing, writes Philip McGuinness.
By Philip McGuinness
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The Day Ireland Surprised the World

The stereotype of old Ireland is dead, writes Ciannait Khan. Now let's embrace the hope today has given us.
By Ciannait Khan
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The Truth About Student Summers

Idealising the summer holidays is just a one-way ticket to disappointment, writes Alanna MacNamee.
By Alanna MacNamee
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There’s No Time to Lose. Let’s Stand Together for Yes

Annie Hoey urges people to get out there and campaign for the repeal of the eighth amendment.
By Annie Hoey