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Academia is Facing an Intelligence Test

The integration of artificial intelligence into education is often met with suspicion. But attitudes are changing.
By Martha Lewis
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Damien McClean is Taking Welfare National

TCDSU Welfare Officer Damien McClean wants students to vote him all the way to USI.
By Aisling Marren
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Marshalling Letters and Laws for Gender Recognition

As the women reviewing the Gender Recognition Act, Moninne Griffith is well aware of her responsibilities.
By Ellen McLean
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How the War on Plastic Came to College Campuses

Around the world, universities are waking up to the damaging impact of plastic.
By Niall O'Sullivan
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The Irresistable Lure Abroad for Irish Nurses

For Ireland's student nurses, there still remains few reasons to stay in the country.
By Emma-Louise Nolan
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Trinity’s Forgotten World War II Hero

Trinity graduate Mary Elmes can be credited with preventing countless deaths during World War II and the Spanish Civil War.
By Stephen Smith
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How Institutes of Technology Fell Out of Favour

Once, institutes of technology were seen as the future. Now, the government has decided they're barriers to progress.
By Aisling Marren
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TCDSU Presidents Through the Decades

For the last 50 years, TCDSU and its presidents have been pushing progress forward in Ireland.
By Donal MacNamee
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Pilgrimages and Pre-Drinks in Trinity Hall

Trinity Hall can be where campaigns are won and lost, as candidates try and win the hearts of hundreds of residents.
By Dominic McGrath
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For Success, Candidates Must Embrace Activism

Campaigns such as TCD Plastic Free, Aramark Off Our Campus and Strike for Repeal will hope to play a big role in this year's TCSDU elections.
By Aisling Marren