Editorial

Editorial

The Government’s Right to Higher Education Appeal is Practical, Not Villainous

The appeal to September’s High Court ruling is likely an attempt to to preempt the opening of legal floodgates.
Editorial

No, College, It’s Not Up to Students to Fix the Trinity Education Project

Students and College officials were completely at odds at Wednesday’s open forum event.
Editorial

The Boat Club Expose Should Start a National Conversation About Hazing

Irish universities have for the most part pretended that a hazing culture does not exist in Ireland.
Editorial

Women-Only Professorships Are a Response to an Inadequate Softly-Softly Approach

The sad reality is that academia is far from a meritocracy, and isn’t immune to sexist practice.
Editorial

As More Women Run, A Reminder That Mentorship Matters More Than Anything

The surge in women running in the TCDSU elections does not necessarily mark an end to a lack of representation.
Editorial

The SUSI Fee Debacle is Proof Academic Registry Has an Issue With Core Functions

It’s not necessary to look under the hood to see glaring issues with the way Academic Registry is run.
Editorial

Students’ Unions Are Tackling Direct Provision Together – But Without USI

The national students’ union is trying to regain control of a campaign it should already be leading.
Editorial

A Few More Entrances on Pearse St Won’t Rid Trinity of its Walled-Off Image

College has a lot more to do if it wants to draw more ordinary Dubliners onto the campus.
Editorial

The Government’s UK Fees Pledge is Less a Solution and More a Deferral

The promise will offer only temporary relief to students in Northern Ireland and the UK planning to study here.
Editorial

TEP is In a Muddle. It Doesn’t Have to Be This Way

Making wholesale changes to Trinity’s education was bound to be a challenge, and students have a right to be aggrieved.