Editorial

Editorial

The Library Panic Revealed TCDSU’s Unhealthy Attitude Toward Student Woes

Being paid to represent 17,000 students for a year is not only no ordinary job, but a privilege.
Editorial

Trinity Ball Drug Detentions Are At Odds With TCDSU’s Decriminalisation Policy

The least the union owed students was a public statement on the detention of 26 students at the ball.
Editorial

With Hazing, the Dignity and Respect Policy and the Junior Dean Are Failing

Junior Dean Tim Trimble has buried his head in the sand, hoping to carry on as normal.
Editorial

Thank You

By voting to save The University Times, Trinity students demonstrated decency and an ability to weigh conflicting ideas.
Editorial

Varadkar Has Talked Enough About Loans – What Education Needs is State Funding

Three years of government inaction mean those sceptical about Varadkar’s comments have good reason to be.
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TCDSU’s Sexual Assault Guidelines Should’ve Been Done By College Years Ago

The union’s new reporting guidelines initiative is to be commended.
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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.
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These Elite Sportsmen Are Perpetuating Outdated Ideas of Loyalty and Commitment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.
Editorial

College Can’t Solve TEP by Parachuting ‘Assessment Fellows’ into Departments

Assessment fellows must consult very closely with internal departmental committees and class representatives.