Op-Ed

Op-Ed

Support Staff Can’t Pick the Next Provost. Here’s What They Can Do For Us

Trinity’s introduction of austerity after the 2008 crash badly hurt College’s support and service staff. With the economic fallout of the pandemic, a different approach is needed, writes Cieran Perry.
By Cieran Perry
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Why Did it Take a Pandemic to Reasonably Accommodate Everyone?

If an end to the pandemic is on the horizon, we must not lose sight of a vision for accessible and inclusive education, writes Declan Treanor
By Declan Treanor
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Postgrad Workers are at Breaking Point. The New Provost Must Fight For Us

Postgraduate workers have been severely neglected for years. The next provost must work to improve our pay and conditions, writes Conor Reddy.
By Conor Reddy
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Prof Patrick Geoghegan: Why I’m Voting for Jane Ohlmeyer

This election is about choosing a leader who will fight the right fights with courage and determination, who will always have Trinity’s best interests at heart, and who will lead by example, writes Prof Patrick Geoghegan.
By Patrick Geoghegan
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Prof Neville Cox: Why I am Voting for Linda Doyle

From a very early point in my time knowing Linda Doyle, I was astounded that someone could be simultaneously so effective as a leader and so warm and affirming as a human, writes Prof Neville Cox.
By Neville Cox
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Prof Valeria Nicolosi: Why I am Voting for Linda Hogan

I’ve always found Linda to be approachable, ready to listen and someone who takes actions – that’s what a true leader does, writes Prof Valeria Nicolosi.
By Valeria Nicolosi
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The New Provost Must Tackle Precarious Employment in Trinity

Whoever is elected on Saturday must be prepared to offer better job security, writes John Walsh.
By John Walsh
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Trinity’s Autism Awareness Week Aims to Celebrate – and Enable – Difference

Universities like Trinity must reflect on how they can make the college experience better for neurodiverse students, writes Declan Treanor.
By Declan Treanor
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Teachtaireacht do Phobal na Pop Uipe

Léireoidh tinreamh na Pop Uipe sa nua-aois, iar-phaindéimeach, an dúil atá ag daoine i gcomhluadar réchúiseach an phobail teanga, dar le Osgur Ó Ciardha.
By Osgur Ó Ciardha
Op-Ed

TCDSU Candidates Must Stop Treating ‘Accessibility’ as a Mere Buzzword

Officer for Students with Disabilities for TCDSU Niamh Herbert writes that this year’s sabbatical candidates must take accessibility seriously in their campaigns and not just treat it as a buzzword.
By Niamh Herbert