Editorial

Editorial

The Government’s Efforts to Include More Asylum Seekers in Higher Education Are a Piecemeal Concession

The changes to residency requirements for the student support scheme hardly scratch the surface of the problem.
Editorial

Trinity Has Defied the Odds to Hold Its Status as a World-Class Research University

The College’s newly launched research strategy highlighted its success as well as the obstacles facing academics.
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The Government Cannot Focus on Quick Victories While the Higher Education Sector Suffers

The rise of apprenticeships signals a resurgence of interest in further education, but the government needs to prioritise core funding.
Editorial

Extending the Admissions Feasibility Study Isn’t Enough – College Must Helm National Change

Five years on from the study’s introduction, there has been little by way of tangible expansion.
Editorial

Students’ Unions Deserve Great Credit For The Student Accommodation Rent Cap

Those involved in the fight for improved student accommodation are entitled to feel a measure of satisfaction.
Editorial

Leo Varadkar Can’t Take Any Credit for Trinity’s Impressive New Business School

Strapped for cash, Trinity managed to scrape together tens of millions for a landmark new building.
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Students Have an Extra Revision Week. Now College Departments Must Reform Assessment

Too many of Trinity’s departments have stuck to old methods of assessing students.
Editorial

Provost Strikes the Right Tone as Universities Launch Gender Equality Charter

Gender equality appears to no longer be another box for colleges and the government to tick.
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Without Funding, Universities Will Struggle to Keep Their Standards Intact

The push for better quality education comes at a time when universities are underfunded and overstretched.
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Graduation by Grade Is a Relic of a Bygone Trinity

The College’s graduation ceremony is unforgivably antiquated.