Comment & Analysis

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Op-Ed

Why I’m Supporting Repeal from Scotland

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

A Crackdown on Tours is One Commercial Revenue Move to Support

We should welcome a strategy that ensures visitors are paying their way.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Accommodation Changes a Lousy Surprise for Students

Applicants should have been told that rooms for final-year students would be randomly assigned.
By The Editorial Board
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Op-Ed

Growing a Greener Ireland

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

NUIG Protest a Sign of Growing Anger at a Yawning Accommodation Crisis

We seem to have reached an inflection point in the great accommodation debate.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

A Welcome Move in Cambridge Only Underscores University Access Issues

A new programme for students from disadvantaged backgrounds shows how far ahead TAP is.
By The Editorial Board
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Op-Ed

How Universities Put Survival Before Their Staff

Ulf Strohmayer argues that entrepreneurial, commercialised universities have become shadows of their former selves.
By Ulf Strohmayer
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Ba Chóir go mBeidh Amhras Ann Maidir le Tionscamh Daonlathach an Choláiste

Tá smacht ag an gcoláiste ar an tionscnamh, agus dá bhrí sin, tá smacht acu ar na torthaí.
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Editorial

You May Look Back on this Exam Period With Nostalgia

The introduction of Christmas exams as part of the Trinity Education Project has seen College scramble with timetables.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Trinity’s Direct Democracy Experiment Should be Treated with Scepticism

College still has control of the agenda and, ultimately, the outcome.
By The Editorial Board