Editorial

Editorial

Trinity Has the Chance to Become a National Leader in Addressing Gender Inequality in Academia

In light of recent criticisms of institutional inequality, Trinity should work to improve on its recent success.
Editorial

Trinity Needs to Listen to Tenure Track Criticisms and Include Them in Consultation

With €16 million in funding given to posts being hired under the model, it looks like Trinity may not have engaged with the arguments in its consultation process.
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College’s Actions on the Accommodation Crisis are Welcome, but Poorly Communicated

Recent developments indicate a prioritisation of students’ best interests above finances.
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The Trinity Education Project is an Opportunity for Huge Change, but We Have to Make Sure it’s the Right Kind

Traditionally students are poor at engaging with consultation, but this would mean we miss a huge opportunity.
Editorial

Trinity’s WiFi Problems Have Reached the Point of Absurdity

For students, WiFi is as important as the books on the shelves in Trinity’s libraries.
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Trinity is Missing a Chance to Make a Statement with its Money

Trinity’s moral dilemma does not lie in its indirect investment in fossil fuels, but rather the opportunity cost of not making a statement from divesting.
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Attitude Towards Student Nurses and Midwives Must be Radically Altered

The recent threat of strike organised by the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) has been successful in stalling the decision of the HSE, but their demands must be met.
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A Win for Trinity’s Reputation is a Loss for its Economics Department

The HEA's Employment Control Framework creates a paradox for universities.
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Trinity Has Two Fewer Vocal People in a Position to Effect Change

With the resignation of Prof Peter Coxon from the College Board, and with Prof Eoin O’Dell no longer Chair of the Fellows, the job of holding Trinity to account has only become harder.
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For a Budget Built to Win Votes, the Government Didn’t Even Count Students

If we have increased “political capital”, why was the only thing benefitting students a vague commitment to increase money to the student assistance fund?