Editorial

Editorial

Student Rent Strikers Have Put a Pin in Momentum They Worked Hard to Create

Cut the Rent activists this week postponed a rent strike they planned to launch on campus in January.
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For a ‘Global University’, Trinity Flounders on Erasmus

Last week, many students spoke out about the enormous difficulties they faced applying for Erasmus and Study Abroad programmes.
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On Staffing, Trinity Has Become a Master at Normalising the Outrageous

Negotiations on professional staff progressions have left many dealing with a feeling of having promises broken.
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On Capitation, UCCSU Has Set a New Precedent – We Must Treat it With Caution

Last week UCCSU announced the reversal of a €200 capitation fee increase after months of discussions with the college.
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A Welcome Return to a TCDSU Surplus, But Fiscal Prudence Can Have Costs

TCDSU this week announced that the union had accrued a surplus for the first time in four years.
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Hamilton Demolitions are Another Snub to a Cohort That’s Long Felt Underacknowledged

Trinity only involved students in discussions around recent building demolitions after they raised complaints about noise pollution.
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On Rent Strikes, USI’s Council Understood What TCDSU’s Failed to Grasp

USI’s national council voted to support rent strikes after a discussion that varied greatly from the debate at TCDSU’s own council.
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A Good Move for Gender Equality, Overshadowed by Questions of Method and Motive

Questions remain about the process by which College appointed its new associate vice-provost for equality, diversity and inclusion.
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Modular Billing, Back from the Dead, is a Welcome Re-Addition to Trinity

Trinity appears to have found an alternative source of funding for a system that will help students lives.
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UCC Food Banks Are A Symbol Of The Increasing Hardships Students Face

This week, UCCSU set up a food bank for students struggling to get by.