Schrodinger 75 is a Historic Gathering of Great Minds

Trinity's commemoration of Erwin Schrodinger's 1943 lecture series will honour Schrodinger's greatest legacy, writes Prof Luke O'Neill.
By Luke O'Neill

The Provost is Betraying Trinity’s Anti-Apartheid Legacy

Provost Patrick Prendergast’s lofty goal of defending freedom of speech is an attempt to justify the unjustifiable, writes Seán Egan.
By Seán Egan

Students’ Unions Don’t Represent All. We Should be Able to Opt Out

Liam Byrne makes the case for the freedom to disassociate from students’ unions after Young Fine Gael supported an opt-out motion.
By Liam Byrne

From Protesting for Fun to Protesting for My Life

Jordanne Jones calls on Ireland to leave behind misogyny and trust women.
By Jordanne Jones

Why I’m Supporting Repeal from Scotland

Human rights have no borders, writes former leader of Scottish Labour Kezia Dugdale .
By Kezia Dugdale

Growing a Greener Ireland

Young people today are a 'transition generation' who must tackle climate change head on, writes Denis Naughten.
By Denis Naughten

How Universities Put Survival Before Their Staff

Ulf Strohmayer argues that entrepreneurial, commercialised universities have become shadows of their former selves.
By Ulf Strohmayer

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

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

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