Comment & Analysis

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Op-Ed

Higher Education is Headed for a Quality Cliff Edge. It Must Help Itself

Tom Boland writes that universities are facing imminent threats to maintaining the quality of their education.
By Tom Boland
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Contribution

Graduation Marks the End of an Era

Graduation can be a bring with it mixed feelings as you realise that the community you built in Trinity is gone, writes Louise Lawless.
By Louise Lawless
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Contribution

In Defence of the Trinity Electives

Robert Quinn writes that the 27 Trinity Electives available in 2019/20 embrace the areas that modern minds should care to be educated in.
By Robert Quinn
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Go Raibh Maith Agaibh

Agus iad ag vótáil chun The University Times a shábháilt, léirigh mic léinn na Tríonóide cuibhiúlacht agus cumas chun smaointí contrártha a mheá.
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Editorial

With Hazing, the Dignity and Respect Policy and the Junior Dean Are Failing

Junior Dean Tim Trimble has buried his head in the sand, hoping to carry on as normal.
By The Editorial Board
Editorial

Thank You

By voting to save The University Times, Trinity students demonstrated decency and an ability to weigh conflicting ideas.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

Empathy Can Save the World – We Just Have to Let It

It is only through empathy for others' plight that we can bring about social change, writes Eliana Jordan.
By Eliana Jordan
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Analysis

GSU Presidential Candidates Push Diverging Visions and Experience

Gogoal Falia, Shaz Oye and Michael Sonne offer competing visions for a union that typically suffers from low engagement.
By Rachel O'Leary and Robert Quinn
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Op-Ed

Hard Brexit ‘Vandalism’ Cannot Endanger University Links

Universities will be among the hardest hit from the effects of Brexit, writes Anton Muscatelli.
By Anton Muscatelli
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Contribution

Students Will Forgive College Many Things. Adding To Exam Stress Isn’t One

College’s latest timetabling blunder makes an already stressful exam season even more difficult, says Jack Synnott.
By Jack Synnott