Editorial

Editorial

Halls Workshops are a Welcome First Step, But Tackling Sexual Assault Needs to Become More Fundamental

The “mandatory” Trinity Hall workshops bring us closer to a widespread understanding of consent, but we need a long-term solution to the college-wide problem.
Editorial

A Large-Scale Funding Campaign Represents a Shift in Trinity’s Approach to Funding

The campaign represents a makeshift answer to a persistent funding shortage with no clear solution in sight.
Editorial

Reassessing How We Assess is Welcome, but Christmas Exams are Not the Right Answer for All

As talks of semesterised assessment continue, assuming that Christmas exams should be brought in across the board is a mistake.
Editorial

Voter Registration Has a Purpose, and This Is It

The leak of the working group’s recommendations gives students’ unions the time and the obligation to fight for students in the general election.
Editorial

Trinity’s Nuanced Approach to 1916 Commemorations Promotes Mature Discussion

A focus on the cultural revolution will welcome a wider spectrum of students to the commemorations.
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The Fact That Free Fees Aren’t Even on the Table is Absurd

When we’re practically one of the only countries in Europe that doesn’t have free fees, those who say it’s unrealistic or absurd for Ireland are the ones who are being preposterous.
Editorial

Despite Increased Pressures, Trinity Continues to Innovate

Trinity may be restricted by an unsustainable funding shortfall, but its new courses show the College is continuing to innovate.
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Students Pay Different Fees, But Deserve the Same Treatment

Many fail to think about why non-EU students feel like “second-class citizens”.
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With No Mandate on Loan Schemes, TCDSU Can’t Even Fulfill its Basic Function

TCDSU is unable to engage with the debate about the upcoming working group report – something that could decide the most important student issue in a long time.
Editorial

Arms and Fossil Fuel Divestment Are Part of the Same Process, Not Competing Concerns

Students should take full advantage of this opportunity to have a voice in College policy.