At the cutting edge of research in Irish art, Yvonne Scott discusses supporting contemporary Irish artists and engaging with galleries and museums.
Dermot Frost, Secretary of Trinity’s branch of the Irish Federation of University Teachers, on why Trinity staff are balloting for Industrial Action.
Baineann beartais díreacha agusa foircneacha Mac Léinn ar son an Bhreithiúnais do Phalaistín a smacht ar an gcomhrá agus dá bharr sin, tá sé níos deacra dóibh a n-aidhmeanna a chur chun cinn.
Taking such pronounced measures has meant Students for Justice in Palestine lost control of the discussion, making it harder to promote their aims.
Nuair nach nglacfadh ach 50 faoin gcéad de mhic léinn i gColáiste na Tríonóide le cánacha níos airde chun íoc as oideachas saor in aisce, caithfidh ceannairí mac léinn a iarrachtaí a leathnú chun an ghluaiseacht a aontú.
When barely 50 per cent of Trinity students would pay higher taxes for free education, student leaders must redouble their efforts to unite the student movement.
While Trinity has been successful in attracting Northern students, it needs to adapt to the challenges facing the region.
Gillian Murtagh argues that a shift in TCDSU’s approach to women in leadership is required in order to see female candidates run for president next year.
Christopher McMahon asks if elections for sabbatical officers ought to be a foregone conclusion, and whether there are any other viable options.
In an interview with The University Times, Alice MacPherson discusses her manifesto points and outlines how they will be achieved should she be elected.