Editorial

Editorial

Don’t Expect Anything Innovative from the Higher Education Funding Working Group

The group has fallen for a bastardised conception of political realism – namely that their solution will only be an alteration of what already exists.
Editorial

Students Should Not Reject Protests This Year

As USI move away from their annual protest, the Editorial Board explores why USI should not place too special a focus on registering voters.
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Failings in Trinity Admin Compound Difficulties Faced by Freshers

Trinity's inefficient administrative systems make things more difficult for incoming students, but recent developments suggest improvement.
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Freshers’ Week is still as important as ever for College

Every effort should be made to ensure that the high standard of Trinity's Freshers' Week continues
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In Planning a Prosperous Future, Trinity Glosses Over Fundamental Failings

A misguided approach to reputation building seeks to distract us with shiny things.
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With NCAD Director’s Retirement, Evidence of the Impact of Student Protests

Following the successful protests in NCAD, Irish students should be more confident in their abilities to achieve true change.
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With Changes to CAO Points System, Remembering Trinity is at the Forefront of Change

While this week’s changes to the CAO points system are welcome, its important to remember Trinity’s constant interest in changing up the points race.
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CSC Should Reconsider Steadfast Rule on Student Campaigning

A more nuanced approach to student societies and activism would benefit everybody.
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This Referendum Has Not Been Won Yet. Students Need to Canvass

As the referendum nears, students need to move the campaign from online to the real world.
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Incompetence in Choosing a Date for the Referendum

The date chosen by the government for the marriage equality referendum suggests complete incompetence.