Op-Ed

Op-Ed

How Ireland’s Female Revolutionaries Forged the Way

When fighting for women's reproductive rights, let's take inspiration from history's trailblazers, writes Sinn Féin's Louise O'Reilly.
By Louise O'Reilly
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Repeal Referendum is a One-Time Opportunity

Securing a referendum on the eighth amendment has been long and arduous. Let's not take it for granted, writes Brendan Howlin.
By Brendan Howlin
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To Transform Society, We Must Defend Our Education

Free third-level education isn't a drain on society. Compared to tax evasion, it's a drop in the ocean, writes Paul Murphy.
By Paul Murphy
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Students Need to Shut Down More Than Just the Book of Kells

Take Back Trinity should end only with publicly funded education for all, writes Kevin Keane.
By Kevin Keane
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The Opt-Out Referendum is a Matter of Basic Rights

TCDSU is valuable for students, but so is students' freedom to choose, writes James Martin.
By James Martin
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Students Aren’t Snowflakes. They’re Fearless

Take Back Trinity was a welcome attack on commercialisation in our universities, writes Dr Daragh Downes.
By Daragh Downes
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Staff and Students Should Unite to Take Back Trinity

Unite's Cieran Perry offers staff support to the campaign against supplemental exam fees.
By Cieran Perry
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All of Ireland’s Universities Must Face Brexit Together

Anne Fuchs argues that Brexit offers opportunities on both sides of the border.
By Anne Fuchs
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A Post-Brexit Future Needs Versatile Graduates

The President of DIT, Brian Norton, argues that the challenges of Brexit means Ireland's graduates need to be more flexible than ever.
By Brian Norton
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Trinity is a Perfect Test Bed for Cutting Out Plastics

The promising TCD Plastic Solutions campaign is paving the way for universities and beyond, writes Eamon Ryan.
By Eamon Ryan