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Syrian Students in Europe, Torn Between Their Homes and Their Future

Charlotte Ryan and Rana Rassouli speak to displaced Syrian students on the difficulties of pursuing an education in a war-torn climate.
By Charlotte Ryan and Rana Rassouli
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The Dark Problem of Ireland’s Young Men

Hugh Mitchell raises the untalked about issue of suicide rates among young men in Ireland.
By Hugh Mitchell
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The Doctors and Medical Students Working to Repeal the Eighth

Kate Lawler speaks to Dr Tiernan Murray on the work being done by students, pro-choice organisations and medical professionals in the campaign to repeal the eighth.
By Kate Lawler
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The Most Read Articles of 2015

For the first time in its history, The University Times surpassed one million unique readers in a calendar year.
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Innovation in Diversity as Trinity Attempts to Create a Socially Diverse Campus

Jenna Clarke-Molloy examines alternative access routes to education in Trinity
By Jenna Clarke-Molloy
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Student Resistance and Slacktivism in the Islamic Republic of Iran

Rana Rassouli speaks to a campaign member of My Stealthy Freedom to compare global versions of student protesting.
By Rana Rassouli
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Whether its Right to Teach Ethics to Business Students

In studying business, there is little consensus about what ethics are, or how they should be taught. In Trinity, they're considered a good investment.
By Hugh Mitchell
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Disconnected by WiFi “Improvements”

Work on “upgrading” the College WiFi service has actually disrupted the service greatly. Ciaran Sunderland looked for answers.
By Ciaran Sunderland
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In Trinity’s Physics Department, Reminders of Atom-Smashing Ernest Walton’s Brilliance

Trinity graduate, professor and Nobel Prize-winner Ernest Walton was everybody's favourite lecturer, according to his last appointee.
By Tom Myatt
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OCD is a Paranoia, a Lack of Control Over Your Mind – But it’s Treatable

Aoife O'Donoghue explores the experience with living with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder when the condition is largely misunderstood by the public.
By Aoife O'Donoghue