Editorial

Editorial

New Vice-Provost Faces the Unenviable Task of Rescuing TEP’s Reputation

Prof Jurgen Barkhoff’s success in his new role will depend largely on redeeming student perceptions of the Trinity Education Project.
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Al Maktoum ‘Gift’ Raises Urgent Questions About Who Trinity Does Business With

This latest venture prompts a conversation about where Trinity draws the line when it comes to sourcing much-needed funding.
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UCC Students Must Beat Fee Increases – Or Students Everywhere Could Suffer

UCC's proposed capitation fee increases set a dangerous precedent for universities all over the country.
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A Female University President Should be a Government Priority, Not a ‘Possibly’

If Mary Mitchell O'Connor insists on focusing almost exclusively on gender issues, she needs to have more ambitious goals.
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Student Accommodation Zoning Changes Aren’t an Affront to University Autonomy

Universities aren’t blameless when it comes to student accommodation rent hikes.
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Midwifery Students are Suffering the Consequences of Multiple Failures

Placement is an unnecessarily difficult and stressful undertaking for student midwives.
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Trinity’s Expanded Columbia Partnership in Line With its Global Ambitions

The College would be wise to take inspiration and learn from this world-class university.
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Once Again: More Funding is The Way to Improve Third-Level, Not Increased Oversight

The government seems intent on not doing things that will actually solve the crisis third-level faces.
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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.
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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.