Comment & Analysis

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Editorial

Universities Have Had Enough Tinkering. Fund Them Instead

Why are financial penalties the priority, when funding has still not been addressed?
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Repeal Needs One Message – Not Groups with Distinct Branding

Strike 4 Repeal’s messages to passerbys this week were a whole lot more abstract than they needed to be.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial Notebook

University Debate, Burkean Journal Expansion, Contested Editor Race

By The Editorial Board
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Contribution

Where Are All the Women?

Niamh Egleston asks why TCDSU elections are once again dominated by men.
By Niamh Egleston
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Column

Micheál Martin’s Repeal Support Suggests a Tide is Turning

The last two days in the Dáil have been a turning point in the repeal debate, writes Simon Foy
By Simon Foy
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Contribution

Do You Know What You’re Doing Next Year? Me Neither

Louise Lawless praises degrees that don’t pigeonhole students.
By Louise Lawless
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Editorial

Yes, Let’s Double Science Funding. But Why Not Arts Too?

Calls for more science funding are a reminder of the unequal research funding landscape.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Beneath Pledges of Post-Brexit Unity, Worries of Disorder for Third-Level

The higher education sector needs guarantees to allay fears about the post-Brexit higher education landscape.
By The Editorial Board
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Contribution

Why I Decided to Remove My Hijab

Yasmine Tadjine writes about how a physical attack forced her to re-think hijab – and why she misses it.
By Yasmine Tadjine
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Editorial

A Reminder That Increased Fees Aren’t The Only Solution to The Crisis

The consensus among university heads could conceal the fact that debate about the matter is still very much ongoing.
By The Editorial Board