Comment & Analysis

Níor Cuireadh Tús Tréan leis an bhFoilseachán Coimeádach nua i gColáiste na Tríonóide

Ba chóir don Burkean Journal cineál nuance a bheith acu má tá siad chun ainm Edmund Burke a ghlacadh.
Editorial

Trinity’s New Conservative Publication Isn’t Off to a Promising Start

The Burkean Journal will have to be a bit more nuanced if it is to be worthy of Edmund Burke’s name.

Níl Gá le hOifigeach Nua Chun Ionadaíocht a Dhéanamh d’Iarchéimithe na Tíre

Is féidir le USI níos mó a dhéanamh ar son iarchéimithe na tíre, ach leis an dtaithí atá aige cheana féin, níl gá le hoifigeach nua.
Editorial

USI Can Represent Postgraduates Effectively Without Outlay for a New Officer

While USI can certainly improve on its efforts to represent postgraduates, the union already has the experience and expertise to do so without establishing a new position.

Tá Éileamh Ardghlórach á Dhéanamh ag USI, Léiriú é seo ar an gcur Chuige nua

Bhí Aontas na Mac Léinn in Éirinn buartha go gcaillfeadh sé a chuid stádas, gan mórán torthaí.

Níor thoghadh bean ina uachtarán in OÉ Gaillimh, Dirímid ár n-aird Anois ar an gcéad deis eile

Tá seans go mbeadh an chéad ban-uachtarán san earnáil tríú leibhéal in Éirinn tofa ag Choláiste na Tríonóide i gceann cúig bliana.
Editorial

USI’s Demand to be Heard Represents a Much-Needed Shift

The national representative union has been too afraid to shout loudly for fear that it would lose its seat at the table – with no real results.
Editorial

NUIG’s Failure to Appoint a Female President Turns Attention to Next Opportunity

Given its track record, Trinity could now well be the first university in Ireland to elect a female head.

Ba Chóir go dTapódh Rialtas na hÉireann an Deis chun Ballraíocht CERN a Ghlacadh

Cuirfidh sé sin borradh ollmhór faoin eolaíocht in Éirinn.
Editorial

Ireland Should Jump at the Opportunity to Join CERN

Membership of the Europe-wide organisation would be a significant boost to Irish science.