Editorial

Editorial

A New Minister Sends a Sector Starved of Funding Back to Square One

Third-level stakeholders have spent nearly three years trying to curry favour with a man who can no longer really help them.
Editorial

€100m Investment a Vote of Confidence and a Sign of Straight Priorities

Following yesterday’s European Investment Bank investment, it’s clear that Trinity is on a run of good luck when it comes to its capital projects.
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Housing May Finally Unify Young People at the General Election Ballot Box

Stances on third-level funding were never really going to cause students to spurn political parties.
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The Classical Liberal Society is Set to Run Into An Inconsistent CSC

The CSC’s variegated approach to applying its stance on political societies may be now verging on the problematic.
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Perhaps the Provost is At Long Last Ready to Relinquish his Board Chairmanship

Following a recent evaluation by College Board members, Prendergast’s dual role as CEO and chairman is up for consideration.
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A ‘Dignity and Respect’ Policy is Hardly the Place for Sexual Assault

The significance of Trinity not having a standalone sexual assault policy cannot be underestimated.
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USI’s Absence from Saturday’s O’Connell Bridge Action Suggests It’s Out of Touch

USI’s lining up to conduct its own limp protest left it away from the housing movement’s frontlines.
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Poor Turnout is Not the Only Harbinger of TCDSU Council’s Decline

That only 1,400 students turned out to vote is just one indication of the atrophy blighting the union’s foremost decision-making body.
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Trinity Students Put a Heroic Face to the Housing Campaign

Images of balaclava-clad men and attendant clashes more than struck a chord among previously ambivalent observers.
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After Trinity, Ian Mathews’s Next Assignment Will Be a Doddle

As CFO, his job was to balance the books as much as possible, with few options.