Editorial

Editorial

Coronavirus Rules for Residents Should Be Firm And – Above All – Clear

Trinity this week introduced what at first appeared to be draconian measures to fight rule breaking in College accommodation.
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The CSC Has Undermined the Idea of a Constitution and – By Extension – Itself

The CSC has breached its constitution for the past six months by delaying its annual election.
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The Education Departments Were Uncoordinated Last Week. Best Not Let it Fester

Last week saw startling announcements from Higher Education Minister Simon Harris.
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Outrage Over Timetables in NUIG and UCD May Be a Sign of the Times for Trinity

Students expressed anger this week in UCD and NUIG over the number of in-person teaching hours they will have.
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To Protect Societies, the CSC Must Compensate for Cancelling the Freshers’ Fair

Operating the physical fair has been deemed “unrealistic” given current public health guidelines.
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Trinity is at the Heart of Immunology. It Needs to Take a Lead on Testing

Trinity immunologist Luke O’Neill this week advised College to begin testing staff and students twice weekly.
By The Editorial Board
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Six New College Buildings is Music to the Ears of Third-Level’s Stakeholders

Higher Education Minister Simon Harris announced the tender for six new higher education buildings this week.
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Trinity’s Swimming Pool Has Long Been Neglected. Time for College to Take Action

Trinity’s swimming pool has now been closed indefinitely, awaiting repairs.
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Easing College Grant Rules Means Little to Asylum Seekers With Deportation Orders

Asylum seekers will no longer need to have completed the leaving certificate to qualify for a college grant.
By The Editorial Board
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School Safety Plans Show PhDs Should Not Be Treated as an ‘Afterthought’

PhD students complained this week about a lack of communication from College surrounding the reopening.
By The Editorial Board