Editorial

Editorial

On SUSI Grants, Trinity Has Put Vulnerable Students in a Tricky Situation

Academic Registry’s approach to recovering unpaid SUSI fees has been less than sensitive.
Editorial

More Evidence that Trinity is Ahead of the Pack on Gender Recognition

The College is known for its broadly inclusive campus culture.
Editorial

It’s Good We’re Talking About Mental Health. But the Road Ahead is a Long One

Last week’s survey on mental health showed how urgent the mental health conversation has become.
Editorial

Pav Debacle Shows How Toxic Luxury Accommodation Has Become

Students will no longer tolerate college bodies partnering with the likes of LIV Student and Aparto.
Editorial

Finally, a New HEA Chief – and With Him, a Chance for Reinvention

The shifting role of the Higher Education Authority should now become more apparent.
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Skipping College for Work is a Slippery Slope Towards Undervaluing Education

In the current unaffordable climate, it seems students scrabbling to get by is becoming increasingly normalised.
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On Higher Education, a Government Under Scrutiny – And Still Without Ideas

Ireland’s education ministers haven’t come out of this week’s debate on third-level with any credit.
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Super Sups Were a Show of Compassion to Students in Need. Now They’re Gone

In its pursuit of efficiency and a streamlined system, Trinity is leaving some vulnerable students behind.
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Enough is Enough – It’s Time Students’ Unions Put Rent Strikes on the Table

Unions must get more radical in fighting extortionate rent increases.
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A Palestine Programme Worthy of Praise, in a College With Dubious Israel Ties

While Trinity interns document Israeli abuses, the Provost lauds College’s close ties to the same state.