Editorial

Editorial

Summer Doesn’t Mean Student Activism Can Switch Off

The next few months will be crucial for the repeal movement and higher education. If students want to remain part of the debate, they must stay active.
Editorial

Universities Must Master Challenge of Uncertainty to Teach Students

Today, at least as much as any other point in history, a changing world makes predicting future demand for particular skills impossible.
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In Reforming Arts Degrees, Improving Employability Shouldn’t Overtake the Degree’s Purpose

UCD's changes to arts degrees should recognise employability as an added bonus for students, not as the central focus of the degree.
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Exciting in Theory, Trinity Education Project May be Let Down by Individual Schools

Trinity’s organisational track record on the level of schools and departments would suggest that curriculum innovation may be easier said than done.
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Trinity’s Students’ Commitment to Campaigning Explains Caution on Irish Unity

Trinity students take referendums and stances seriously, which is why they thought carefully about this week’s vote on Irish unity.
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Apathy and Disengagement in UCD Behind Counterintuitive Election Result

Students voted for a President who is at odds on the biggest social issues that they have voted to support.
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Following a Strong Demonstration Institutional Obstacles will Impede Campaign to Repeal the Eighth

After building towards the march that took place this week, campaigners will have to face the challenge of maintaining momentum throughout lengthy government talks.
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Unique Characteristics of Trinity Education Could be the Key to Alumni Funding

The finding that donations proportionally exceed those of UK universities suggest Trinity is doing something right in attracting philanthropy.
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Northern Ireland is Complex and Unpredictable. Our Preferendum Should Recognise This

The North’s election should provide a reminder to students that there are no easy answers to the state’s constitutional position.
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Protest Against Israeli Ambassador has Focused Attention on Free Speech, Rather than Human Rights

Taking such pronounced measures has meant Students for Justice in Palestine lost control of the discussion, making it harder to promote their aims.