Comment & Analysis

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Why is the GMB the Domain of a Small Cluster of Societies?

Most societies have to struggle for space. It's not fair that the GMB exists primarily to serve the needs of the Hist and Phil, writes Aoife Kearins.
By Aoife Kearins
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Leagadh Hamilton – Masla Eile do Phobal Atá Faoi Ghannionadaíocht

Thug an Coláiste deis do mhic léinn bheith bainteach sa chomhrá maidir le leagadh foirgneamh i ndiaidh na ngearán.
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Editorial

Hamilton Demolitions are Another Snub to a Cohort That’s Long Felt Underacknowledged

Trinity only involved students in discussions around recent building demolitions after they raised complaints about noise pollution.
By The Editorial Board
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On Rent Strikes, USI’s Council Understood What TCDSU’s Failed to Grasp

USI’s national council voted to support rent strikes after a discussion that varied greatly from the debate at TCDSU’s own council.
By The Editorial Board
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Why Trinity is the Perfect Place to Nurse an Aching Friendship Crush

Trinity's unique environment encourages individuality of the sort that makes it hard to avoid catching friendship feels, writes Faye Curran.
By Faye Curran
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Profile

Meet the Eyes – and Brains – Behind Trinity’s Biggest Projects

Veronica Campbell, Trinity's bursar, has always had a lot on her plate. She seems totally unfazed by it all.
By Rachel O’Leary
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The Perks – and Many Perils – of Working as a Student

Balancing jobs that often verge on full-time with college courses is a struggle for an increasing number of students. It's time we talked about it, writes Ella Connolly.
By Ella Connolly
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Consent is a Human Right. It Should Not be an Issue for Debate

Consent, writes Aoife Kearins, is a fundamental thing we are all entitled to. It's not something that should be up for any debate.
By Aoife Kearins
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Cliona O’Farrelly Has a Thousand Interests. Trinity is at the Heart of Everything

Prof Cliona O'Farrelly is a Trinity institution. For her, it's Trinity's collegiate atmosphere that sets it apart.
By Donal MacNamee
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People with Special Needs Deserve Respect. Newspapers Must Take Note

Newspapers wield considerable influence – they must be careful to write in a respectful way, writes Julie Leenane
By Julie Leenane