Editorial

Editorial

USI’s Protest Needed to Capture Significant Public Attention. But It Didn’t

While USI’s campaign mobilised students and staff on a local level, it needed to be more of a full-frontal attack.
Editorial

These Elite Sportsmen Are Perpetuating Outdated Ideas of Loyalty and Commitment

The involvement of such prominent figures only serves to emphasise the gravity of the issue.
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The Long-Overdue Fund the Future Campaign Has Much to Prove

The government’s decision to refer student loans proposals to the European Commission has finally frightened USI into action.
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College Can’t Solve TEP by Parachuting ‘Assessment Fellows’ into Departments

Assessment fellows must consult very closely with internal departmental committees and class representatives.
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International Students Pay High Fees, But College Needs to Invest in Supports For Them

Trinity must offer the supports and services befitting of an elite university.
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On Thursday, TCDSU Got a Remarkable ‘Finally’. But The Fight for Women is Not Over

For the first time ever, Trinity students elected an all-female sabbatical officer team.
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College’s Contract Staff Proposal Could End up Costing Trinity its Community

Trinity should value non-academic staff, who have built up years’ worth of irreplaceable institutional knowledge.
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DCUSU Officers Should Learn the Lessons of Similar Attempts to Undermine USI

Senior members of DCUSU have shown little regard for democratic processes.
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Too Scant a Mention of Take Back Trinity in the TCDSU Elections

Given the ramifications of the movement, how little it has been discussed is surprising.
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The GSU is Right to Push for a Review of Postgraduate Education

A review modelled partially on the Trinity Education Project could ensure better education for future postgraduates.