Direct Provision Has Destroyed Lives. Please Keep Fighting

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

Employers Should Pay More to Fund Higher Education, But Not at Any Cost

Joe O'Connor says that while additional funding from employers is welcome, industry should not be shaping decisions in higher education.
By Joe O'Connor

UK Universities Must Adapt to Brexit’s Uncertainty

Vice-Chancellor of Anglia Ruskin University Iain Martin says universities want greater clarity over the next steps as the UK leaves the EU.
By Iain Martin

Let’s Make the Arts Block Fit for Students

Trinity's Bursar Veronica Campbell says that the refurbishment of the Arts Block will put students first.
By Veronica Campbell

Why ‘Fresh’ Missed the Point

The change from 'freshman' to 'fresh' is not a priority for anyone in the transgender community.
By Noah OBG

How Universities Can Develop Global Graduates

'Global graduates' and 'internationalisation' aren't just buzzwords, says Helen Spencer-Oatey.
By Helen Spencer-Oatey

Erasmus Has Made Irish Students Citizens of the World

The Minister of State for European Affairs, Helen McEntee, argues that Ireland's future lies at the heart of Europe.
By Helen McEntee

Australian ‘Yes’ Vote is Promising, But Campuses Must Still Work to Drive Change

This Rainbow Week, Minister Katherine Zappone points out that the fight for equality is far from over, especially when we look to the North.
By Katherine Zappone

In the Months Ahead, Trinity Will Facilitate Free and Fair Debate

Vice-Provost Chris Morash argues that, as Ireland looks towards a referendum next year, all voices need to be heard.
By Chris Morash

This is Why Repeal Matters

Fiona de Londras argues that everyone, regardless of their stance on abortion, should support the repeal of the eighth amendment.
By Fiona de Londras