Editorial

Editorial

Twitter Debaters: It’s Too Soon to Condemn, or Canonise, Rainbow Housing

UL’s LGBT-focused housing scheme was the subject of online divisions this week.
Editorial

At Printing House Square, Trinity is Sucked Into a Labour Fiasco – Again

Trinity will surely regret not handling the underpayment of Printing House Square plumbers sooner.
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Munster Tech University Raises Many Questions. Answers Are Hard to Find

There are myriad issues that need to be solved if Ireland is to get a second technological university.
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Students Need Affordable Accommodation, Not Luxury ‘Studio Apartments’

Trying to paint the results of the National Student Accommodation Strategy as a win is an insult to students.
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It’s Been a Busy Week for Third-Level. But Momentum Is at a Premium

Micheal Martin’s ‘brave’ speech at a higher education conference was possibly a false flag.
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Students Must Make Climate Action a Priority – And Do it Now

The climate crisis is overwhelming and can feel insurmountable, but that is no excuse for inaction.
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Dearth of Travellers at Third-Level is an Indictment of Universities

If Travellers are to be represented in politics, universities must make routes to education accessible.
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Trinity Can’t Shirk All Blame for Toilet Fiasco at Summer Series

The College must take some responsibility for the third-party companies it allows to run events on campus.
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New Vice-Provost Faces the Unenviable Task of Rescuing TEP’s Reputation

Prof Jurgen Barkhoff’s success in his new role will depend largely on redeeming student perceptions of the Trinity Education Project.
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Al Maktoum ‘Gift’ Raises Urgent Questions About Who Trinity Does Business With

This latest venture prompts a conversation about where Trinity draws the line when it comes to sourcing much-needed funding.