Editorial

Editorial

Is it the Right Time to be Talking About In-person Teaching Next Semester?

An email sent to staff and students on Friday announced plans for an increase in in-person teaching next term.
Editorial

Trinity Needs Normalcy Post Pandemic – Not Black Mirror-Esque Innovations

This week, a discussion paper was leaked that showed a number of pandemic-inspired recommendations made by senior members of staff.
By The Editorial Board
Editorial

The Discord Leak Was Harrowing. It Cannot Happen Again

This week it was revealed that thousands of intimate images of women and girls were shared on online forums without consent.
Editorial

Library Booking Needed Changing – but the Changes Need Not Have Been So Disruptive

The library announced the changes to its booking system last week.
By The Editorial Board
Editorial

A Postgraduate Row that Should Have Been Avoided

The GSU has refused to release the results of a survey developed by TCD PhD Workers’ Rights Group, unless the group agrees to certain conditions.
Editorial

This Week’s Referendum Lacked Transparency – Best Not Let It Set a Precedent

TCDSU held a referendum this week to make a ream of amendments to its constitution.
By The Editorial Board
Editorial

Universities Must Be Decisive On Reopening Next Semester – But Not Too Hasty

DCU, Maynooth University and UL this week decided to remain online next semester.
By The Editorial Board
Editorial

The Provostial Elections Will Affect Every Student’s Life. They Must Stay Clued In

Applications for the position of Provost have opened.
By The Editorial Board
Editorial

The Reasoning Behind the Proposed Schols Quota System is Disingenuous. Here’s Why

College has proposed a quota system for Schols to avoid grade inflation or cheating this year.
Editorial

The GSU Class Rep Election Debacle Raises More Questions Than it Answers

The GSU class representative voting system allowed students to vote in any race, as many times as they wanted.