Op-Ed

Op-Ed

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
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Seachtain na hÉigse: Súil siar is ag breathnú ar aghaidh

Le Seachtain na hÉigse faoi lán seoil anois, scríobhann Ciarán Wadd faoi stair na seachtaine agus an ceiliúradh i mbliana.
By Ciarán Wadd
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Why Supplemental Fees Are a Bad Deal for Students

Students should oppose the College's proposed fee for repeat exams, writes Domhnall McGlacken-Byrne.
By Domhnall McGlacken-Byrne
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Why Strike 4 Repeal Needs Its Own Message

Those advocating for a one-message repeal campaign are wrong. An ad hoc, unaffiliated activist group has its own benefits, write Sadhbh Sheeran and Aine Palmer.
By Sadhbh Sheeran and Aine Palmer
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We Want to Preserve Our Irish Connection Post-Brexit

Francis Campbell, the Vice-Chancellor of St Mary's University Twickenham, writes about the importance of maintaining links between Ireland and the UK.
By Francis Campbell
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We Need An Ever Closer Union Between Ireland and the UK

Tim Blackman, the Vice-Chancellor of Middlesex University London, argues we need to re-think the relationship between Ireland and the UK.
By Tim Blackman
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Irish and UK Academics are Better Together

Brexit shouldn't divide the academic ties that bind us, writes the Vice-Chancellor of Bangor University.
By John Hughes
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Direct Provision Has Destroyed Lives. Please Keep Fighting

Ellie Kisyombe writes about her experience of the direct provision system.
By Ellie Kisyombe