Editorial

Editorial

Trinity Expects its Pharmacy Students to Work For Free

The problem that pharmacy students face unfortunately extends far beyond the walls of Trinity.
Editorial

DUCAC Gets Too Much Funding to Have a Transparency Problem

It appears at times as though DUCAC’s members believe they operate under a different set of rules.
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GSU’s Vote on Finance a Sign Students are Now Seen As Legitimate Stakeholders

That students now have a second vote on the College Finance Committee is undoubtedly a consequence of the Take Back Trinity protests.
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TCDSU Pioneered Consent Workshops – and Politicians Are Now Taking Them Very Seriously

When students’ unions campaign well and coherently, they have the power to help effect change on a national level.
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Far From a ‘Whole Island’ University, Trinity Needs to Up its Non-Leinster Game

Considering just one-in-five students come from outside Leinster, College must consider the obstacles facing students from Munster and Connacht.
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A Week of Shouting About the Third-Level Sector’s Disarray

Once considered unhelpful, cries about the crisis for higher education in Ireland get more frequent by the week.
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At DCU, Tales of a Toxic – But Not Isolated – Culture

It would be naive to suggest that similarly dismal re-enactments of US frat culture do not occur on other Irish campuses.
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A New Minister Sends a Sector Starved of Funding Back to Square One

Third-level stakeholders have spent nearly three years trying to curry favour with a man who can no longer really help them.
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€100m Investment a Vote of Confidence and a Sign of Straight Priorities

Following yesterday’s European Investment Bank investment, it’s clear that Trinity is on a run of good luck when it comes to its capital projects.
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Housing May Finally Unify Young People at the General Election Ballot Box

Stances on third-level funding were never really going to cause students to spurn political parties.