Comment & Analysis

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Analysis

Some Falter, Others Make Strides at Testing Hustings

Candidates gave revealing answers to tough questions this evening, as tensions emerged in the presidential race.
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Analysis

Candidates Namecheck Engagement Problem at Laid-Back Dining Hall Hustings

The first hustings of the election period allowed a gentle start for candidates to establish their positions on the biggest issues facing students.
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Who’s Running in the TCDSU Elections?

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Analysis

MacNamee Pitches Inclusivity and Action

Despite the lack of competition for the role, Donal MacNamee is keen to prove he has concrete plans to lead The University Times into the future.
By Imogen McGuckin
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Analysis

Kane Backs Traditional Methods, Despite Deficit

With union engagement at a low and a pressing budget deficit, the role of communications and marketing officer is more important than ever.
By Ciaran Molloy
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Analysis

Consensus Unlikely, as Ents Candidates Tout Differences

An ability to plan an eclectic array of events will be key in the race to become this year's TCDSU Entertainments Officer.
By Eliana Jordan
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Editorial

The GSU is Right to Push for a Review of Postgraduate Education

A review modelled partially on the Trinity Education Project could ensure better education for future postgraduates.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Trinity’s New Student App Should Learn from Our Lustrous Student Societies

College needs to realise that it’s not enough to just have students involved in the beginning.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

Our Generation is Being Upstaged by Children

The urgent action being taken by young climate activists is inspiring, writes Ciannait Khan, but it also shines a light on students’ lacklustre efforts.
By Ciannait Khan
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Op-Ed

The Government Must Stand Strongly Against Israel’s Sustained Breaches of International Law

Niall Collins argues in favour of the Control of Economic Activity (Occupied Territories) Bill.
By Niall Collins