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The Trinity Project Taking Online Poker From Boom to Bitcoin

Fourth-year computer science student, Eamon McNamee, aims to revolutionise the poker world with his decentralised, Bitcoin-based online poker site.
By Charlotte Ryan
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Putting the “Wild” Back in the Oscar Wilde Centre

With the appointment of enigmatic novelist Ian Sansom as Director, the centre looks set to tackle new areas of literary criticism and writing.
By Fionnuala Egan
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The Trinity Student Challenging Period Stigma

Susanna Hunt's huge online campaign, #FreeTheP, is challenging the shame and high costs that come with having a period.
By Kathleen McNamee
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Saving the World With Ecology and Economics

After her inaugural lecture, Trinity ecologist Prof Yvonne Buckley speaks about the intersection of ecology and technology in protecting the planet.
By Kathleen McNamee
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The Underlying Trend of Mental Healthcare Cuts in Universities

Kathleen McNamee investigates the issues of funding and demand in various student support programmes in universities in the UK, US and Ireland.
By Kathleen McNamee
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Help! I’m Sitting in the Wrong Lecture Hall

Aoife O'Donoghue explores the plight of and support available to students who feel they are in the wrong course.
By Aoife O'Donoghue
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In Diversifying Paths to Employment, a New Emphasis on Apprenticeships

To provide a practical alternative to the traditional university route, a government strategy hopes to create 50,000 new apprenticeships and traineeships by 2020
By Sophie Andrews McCarroll
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The Secret and Normal Lives of Student Drug Dealers in Dublin

Julianne Flynn interviews two student drug dealers about morals, the perils of the industry and our current drug policy.
By Julianne Flynn
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With new CEO, Science Gallery to Take the Dublin Model Global

Sophie Andrews-McCarroll sits down with the incoming CEO of Science Gallery International to talk about the global model pioneered in Trinity.
By Sophie Andrews-McCarroll
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GSU Vice-President Candidates Want to Expand Postgraduate Community and Increase Support

Candidates expressed their desire to extend the union’s engagement with postgraduate students, and to work on the relationship with TCDSU.
By Dominic McGrath