Comment & Analysis

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Ba Cheart do TCDSU Bheith Uaillmhianach leis an Ghaeilge

Tá sé go hiomlán fóirsteánach go mbeadh aontas na mac léinn in ollscoil stát-maoinithe ar fáil trí mheán phríomhtheanga oifigiúil an stáit, dar le hEoin O'Hare.
By Eoin O'Hare
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Contribution

It’s Not Radical For TCDSU to Be Aspirational About Irish

It’s entirely appropriate that the students’ union of a state-funded university should make itself available through the first official language of the state, writes Eoin O’Hare.
By Eoin O'Hare
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Contribution

The SU Cafe is a Cost Worth Keeping

TCDSU should do everything it can to preserve the SU Cafe, writes Jack Dolan.
By Jack Dolan
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Caint Trumpach Anois in Úsáid i gCáineadh na Nuachtán Ollscoile

Cuireann lucht cáinte mheáin na Tríonóide fear áirithe, atá in ainm deistín a chur orainn ar fad, i gcuimhne.
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The Government’s Shouting about Gender Equality Feels One-Note

Minister Mary Mitchell O'Connor is right to tackle gender disparity in academia, but her silence on other pressing issues is conspicuous, writes Ciannait Khan.
By Ciannait Khan
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Editorial

Even Student Newspapers Now Face Criticism Couched in Trumpian Terms

Now, even Trinity’s media critics seem to evoke the barbs of a man we are all supposedly appalled by.
By The Editorial Board
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Céimithe Cógaisíochta na Tríonóide chun Obair in Aisce

Téann drochbhail na mac léinn cógaisíochta, faraor, níos faide na campas an Choláiste seo.
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Editorial

Trinity Expects its Pharmacy Students to Work For Free

The problem that pharmacy students face unfortunately extends far beyond the walls of Trinity.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

Are Social Media and Clean Eating Curbing our Drinking Habits?

With so much of our lives lived online, Alanna MacNamee asks: are we so taken up with our internet selves that we have less need to go out?
By Alanna MacNamee
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Contribution

It’s Alarming that Trinity Dismisses Kells as Unworthy of its Own Treasures

Trinity's attitude to Kells perpetuates the idea that the College is detached from the rest of the country, writes Ross Malervy.
By Ross Malervy