It's okay to be unsure of who you like, or what you like
Focusing entirely on applied science hurts research opportunities and graduate job prospects
The date chosen by the government for the marriage equality referendum suggests complete incompetence.
The Editorial Board responds to recent revelations of plagiarism.
The opening of Kinsella Hall is a hopeful sign for the future of higher education funding in Ireland
With significantly less funding than top institutions across the world, Irish universities should be praised for staying up there.
We shouldn't shrink from change, and regardless of the outcome, investigating it is worthwhile.
Professor Patrick Geoghegan responds to an Irish Times op-ed piece and accuses it of taking a cheap shot at the students admitted by the study.
Ahead of the Sports Centre preferendum, Daniel O’Brien weighs up all the options and sees a need for change.
Battling it out in the under-seated and oversubscribed libraries.