Editorial

Editorial

Online Teaching May Be Unavoidable. If So, College Must Get it Right

Trinity is considering moving large lectures online as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Trinity Has Made Exam Blunders Before, But This Year’s Are Especially Damning

Errors of varying degrees of seriousness appeared in many students’ exam timetables this week.
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A Recruitment Freeze With Ominous Echoes of the Past – and Eerie Implications

College this week informed heads of department about a freeze on staff recruitment due to the consequences of the coronavirus.
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We Can’t Take Academic Freedom for Granted. Troubling Developments in UCD Prove It

UCD attempted to make changes that acknowledged a ‘risk of tension’ between academic freedom and internationalisation.
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Students Didn’t Get No Detriment – They Got a College Unusually Ready to Compromise

Students didn’t get no detriment in the way they’d hoped, but Trinity worked hard to capture the spirit of the policy.
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No Detriment Isn’t a Perfect Policy – But It’s the Best Proposal We’ve Seen

Thousands of students have this week demanded the implementation of a policy that will safeguard their grades.
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Hist Accusations a Timely Reminder – Again – That Elitism Has Deep Roots in Trinity

Questionable relics of the past remain intact in many of Trinity’s societies – including, but not only, in the Hist.
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If Hospital Staff Are Heroes, Why Do Many Feel They’re a Government Afterthought?

Student nursing interns face a litany of unanswered questions, even as the government hails healthcare workers.
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An Accommodation Debacle That Showed Trinity’s Administration at its Worst

Trinity came in for ferocious criticism for turfing students out of its accommodation with scant notice.
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By Forcing Students to Leave, Trinity is Knowingly Throwing Them to the Winds

College’s decision to give its student residents so little notice of their eviction is hard to fathom.