College is looking more like a business than a place of learning, writes Jack Synnott.
The new institute will break from the traditional static teaching environments to revitalise the College, writes Veronica Campbell.
Yesterday's events are cause for celebration but the fight for abortion rights is far from over, writes Kathleen McNamee.
Chuaigh grianghraif de na fir le balaclávaí orthu agus an scliúchas a thosaigh siad i bhfeidhm go mór ar bhreathnóirí a bhí neamhpháirteach go dtí sin.
Students are an unreliable constituency and so the government has little incentive to please them, writes Matthew Murphy.
Mar CFO, bhí air na cuntais a chomhardú, gan mórán rogha eile aige.
Images of balaclava-clad men and attendant clashes more than struck a chord among previously ambivalent observers.
As CFO, his job was to balance the books as much as possible, with few options.
As the new technological universities reshape higher education, Vincent Cunnane writes that we must learn from the successes of both the university and technological sectors.
A ban on smoking on campus could be an inconvenience for many but it's hard to argue that the pros outweigh the cons, writes Ciannait Khan.