Editorial

Editorial

TEP is In a Muddle. It Doesn’t Have to Be This Way

Making wholesale changes to Trinity’s education was bound to be a challenge, and students have a right to be aggrieved.
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When it Comes to Grade Inflation, TEP Could Offer Solutions

The oft-maligned Trinity Education Project has sought to reimagine assessment in ways that dovetail with emerging educational paradigms.
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The Trinity Panel is Elitist and Peculiar, But It Also Has Been a Force for Good

To treat the Trinity panel as merely an anachronism ignores its most redeeming qualities.
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More Travellers Should Be at Third-Level. But Let’s Not Deify a University Degree

A startlingly low number of Travellers progress to third-level education.
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Students Had Five Years to Mobilise Against A Smoke-Free Campus

Rarely has opposition to Tobacco Free Trinity manifested itself in a campaign of any coherence or strength.
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At the RDS, A Smell of Horses in the Air and a 90-Minute Delay to Exams

Unacceptably, the College left students scrambling to perform under difficult circumstances.
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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.
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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.