Editorial

Editorial

The CSC Has Been Dishonest. It Needs to be Held to Account

The CSC this week said that it would hold its AGM online, despite previously stating that this would be unconstitutional.
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An Raibh Teagasc ar Champas i gCónaí ina Aisling?

D’fhógair an IUA an tseachtain seo go mbeidh ranganna atá le bheith á mhúineadh go pearsanta amháin ag fanacht ar champas.
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College Needs to Show Compassion for Residents Amid the Pandemic

This week a student who said they were showing symptoms of coronavirus was told to leave campus accommodation.
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Was In-Person Teaching Always A Pipe Dream?

The IUA this week announced that only classes that had to be taught in person would remain on campus.
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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