Editorial

Editorial

After AGM Success, DUCAC’s New Regime Must Keep its Promises

The wheels of change are turning in DUCAC. Its new leadership must make tangible changes.
Editorial

Trinity’s Administration Isn’t Perfect, But the Alternative Could be Far Worse

Proposed changes to higher education’s governance could radically overhaul Trinity’s governance structures.
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The Price of Trinity’s Flights is No Big Deal – But College’s Environmental Impact Is

Trinity spent over €259,084 on flights in the last year.
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Schoolchildren Are Ahead On Climate. Third-Level Students Need To Catch Up

At Friday’s climate strike, schoolchildren outshone third-level students.
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TCDSU’s Class Rep Record is Impressive – But Council Will Tell if Engagement Issue Improves

Class representatives are vital in creating an effective union.
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After Rankings Slump, Third-Level Has to Be an Election Issue – Now, Not in May 2020

Rankings are a bigger issue than the legacy of one provost, or the reputation of one university.
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On SUSI Grants, Trinity Has Put Vulnerable Students in a Tricky Situation

Academic Registry’s approach to recovering unpaid SUSI fees has been less than sensitive.
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More Evidence that Trinity is Ahead of the Pack on Gender Recognition

The College is known for its broadly inclusive campus culture.
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It’s Good We’re Talking About Mental Health. But the Road Ahead is a Long One

Last week’s survey on mental health showed how urgent the mental health conversation has become.
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Pav Debacle Shows How Toxic Luxury Accommodation Has Become

Students will no longer tolerate college bodies partnering with the likes of LIV Student and Aparto.