Comment & Analysis

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Editorial

The Govt Must Accept that More Places in Universities Requires More Funding

This week Higher Education Minister Simon Harris confirmed that thousands of extra recently introduced college places will remain in place.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Cambridge’s TAP-Inspired Programme is a Testament to Trinity

TAP-inspired access programmes have now found their way into both Oxford and Cambridge.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

What We Can Learn From the Lack of Queer Spaces During COVID Times

Club culture is a valued aspect of the Queer social scene – it just shouldn’t be the only aspect, writes Louis Butler Lynch.
By Louis Butler Lynch
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Ag Foghlaim na Gaeilge Thar Lear

Tugann Síothrún Sardina cuntas ar conas gur fhoghlaim sé an Ghaeilge ar an idirlíon i San Diego.
By Síothrún Sardina
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Column

Why Trinity Should Introduce A Compulsory Environmental Science Module

Sustainability, climate change, and environmental science affect every degree, and it is time that that is reflected in our university’s curriculums, writes Alix Pletcher.
By Alix Pletcher
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Tá Bearta Maolaithe mar Bhua do Mhic Léinn, Ach Tháinig an Chumarsáid Ró-Dhéanach

An tseachtain seo d’fhógair raidhse de bhearta maolaithe don tréimhse scrúdaithe atá le teacht.
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Is Masla atá sa Mholadh Deontais Shuarach do Shocrúcháin d’Altraí Faoi Oiliúnt

Bhí frustrachas agus díomá ar ionadaithe mac léinn ón gCumann Altraí agus Ban Cabhrach na hÉireann nuair a thug an moladh deontais gealltanas €100 sa tseachtain dóibh.
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Editorial

A Miserly Placement Grant Proposal That Added Insult to Injury

Student representatives from the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation were left frustrated and disappointed after a grant proposal pledged them €100 per week.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Mitigation Measures Are A Win For Students, But Communication Came Too Late

College this week announced a raft of mitigation measures for the upcoming exam period.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

Sally Rooney, Naoise Dolan, and Niamh Campbell Have Founded the ‘Trinity School’

Like Trinity campus itself, the writing in these novels can often take place deep within its own microcosm and rarely reflects reality, writes Barry Pierce.
By Barry Pierce