Editorial

Editorial

USI’s Peter Casey Boycott Points to a Media Obsession

Media engagement is no substitute for the things once considered the union’s raison d’etre.
Editorial

TCDSU’s Preoccupation With External Campaigns is Overstated

The engagement problem facing the union cannot really be put down to its supposed focus on non-student issues.
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Year Changes Have Left Students Beyond Stressed. College Must Address the Cracks

The stress among students and the decline in society engagement point to big problems.
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How Exactly Did Trinity’s Campus Fall Into Such Disrepair?

Trinity may have an old campus, but that’s not a new or recent fact.
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Bewailing Rankings, The Provost Tries to Rewrite History and Redefine His Legacy

The failure of an almost-neurotic battle against declining rankings has caused the Provost to rethink his approach.
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‘Pale and Stale’ Went Too Far, But the Outcry Over TEDx Diversity Was Justified

Too few of us detected that certain groups were unaccounted for – and it took the women who felt unrepresented to draw attention to it.
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In Commending Take Back Trinity, the Provost is Correct, Hilarious and Galling

It was in some ways inevitable that the Provost would eventually try to twist the narrative in his favour.
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Someone Who Should Know Better Spectacularly Misses the Point of Consent Workshops

Educating young people in the intricacies of consent is a crucial task for a country that still struggles with its approach to sex.
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Even Student Newspapers Now Face Criticism Couched in Trumpian Terms

Now, even Trinity’s media critics seem to evoke the barbs of a man we are all supposedly appalled by.
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Trinity Expects its Pharmacy Students to Work For Free

The problem that pharmacy students face unfortunately extends far beyond the walls of Trinity.