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Seachtain Gnóthach don Ardoideachas. Ach Tá Fuinneamh ag Teastáil

Seans gur bratach bhréagach a bhí in óráid ‘cróga’ Micheál Martin ag comhdháil ardoideachais.
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Is Gá do Mhic Léinn Tosaíocht a Dhéanamh de Gníomhú Aeráide – Láithreach

Níl smacht againn ar an éigeandáil aeráide go dtí seo, agus mothaíonn sé dósháraithe ar uairibh, ach ní leiscéal é sin do fhaillí.
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Editorial

It’s Been a Busy Week for Third-Level. But Momentum Is at a Premium

Micheal Martin’s ‘brave’ speech at a higher education conference was possibly a false flag.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Students Must Make Climate Action a Priority – And Do it Now

The climate crisis is overwhelming and can feel insurmountable, but that is no excuse for inaction.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

Loan Schemes May Be Third-Level’s Best – and Most Equitable – Option

Abolishing fees sounds great, but in reality it would force the most vulnerable fund the education of the middle classes, writes Jack Synnott.
By Jack Synnott
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Column

The Government’s Inertia on Cassells Is Now Bordering on the Absurd

Four years since immediate action was called for in higher education, we're still no closer to even the beginnings of a decision, writes Jack Synnott.
By Jack Synnott
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Easpa den Lucht Siúil ag Tríú-Leibhéal mar Drochléiriú ar Ollscoileanna

Má tá ionadaíocht le déanamh ar an Lucht Siúil sa pholaitíocht, beidh ar ollscoileanna bealaí chun oideachais i bhfad níos insroichte a chruthú.
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Níl an Tríonóid in ann Éalú ón Milleán do Phráisc an Leithris ag an Sraith Samhradh

Is gá don Choláiste freagracht éigin a ghlacadh as na páirtithe a chuireann ócáidí ar siúl ar champas.
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Editorial

Dearth of Travellers at Third-Level is an Indictment of Universities

If Travellers are to be represented in politics, universities must make routes to education accessible.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Trinity Can’t Shirk All Blame for Toilet Fiasco at Summer Series

The College must take some responsibility for the third-party companies it allows to run events on campus.
By The Editorial Board