Comment & Analysis

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Editorial

Academic Gender Quotas are an Extreme Solution to an Extreme Problem

Divergent promotion trends between men and women require systemic, qualitative changes.
By The Editorial Board
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I measc dul chun cinn ar Fhadhbanna an Chomhphobail LGBT, is Cúis Imní í Polarúchán Domhanda

Agus bliain caite tar éis an reifrinn cothromaíochta pósta, is áit míchairdiúil í an domhan fós do dhaoine nach gcomhoiriúnaíonn
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Editorial

Amid Progress on LGBT Issues, Global Polarisation is Worrying

A year after the marriage equality referendum, much of the world remains an unfriendly place for those who fail to conform.
By The Editorial Board
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Is Cóir Fáilte a Chur Roimh Thromlach Gníomhaíochtaí Thráchtálaíochta Choláiste na Tríonóide

Nuair atá easpa coimhlinte idir gníomhaíochtaí an Choláiste a thuilleann airgead atá ag teastáil go mór le haghaidh bunchuspóra Choláiste na Tríonóide agus leasa acadúla nó leasa an mhic léinn, ní gá bacadh le ciniceas.
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Analysis

The Spectre of Male Suicide: Masculinity isn’t the Problem, Our Attitude Towards it is

James Behan analyses the potential causes behind Ireland's abnormally high and worrying male suicide rates.
By James Behan
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Editorial

The Vast Majority of Trinity’s Commercialisation Initiatives Should be Welcomed

When College’s money-spinning activities, which raise much-needed funds for Trinity’s core academic mission, do not clash with academic or student interests, we should be less cynical.
By The Editorial Board
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Sriantachtaí ar Thógáil Nua a Theorannaíonn Soláthar Tithíochta Bhaile Átha Cliath agus a Ardaíonn Cíosanna

Braitheann fás fadtéarmach Bhaile Átha Cliath ar réiteach le fadhb soláthair tithíochta na cathrach.
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Restrictions on New Construction Cap Dublin’s Housing Supply and Drive Up Rents

Dublin’s long-term growth depends on a solution to the city’s housing supply problem.
By The Editorial Board
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Analysis

International Inspiration for Irish Students’ Battle for Free Fees

Examining schemes in other countries that allow students attend college for free, and how Ireland could lend from their philosophies on a right to free education.
By Paul Glynn
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Moilliú ón Rialtas arís maidir le Cinntí faoin Ardoideachas, Cé gur féidir go mbeidh Gné Dearfach leis sin

Níl ach bealach eile ina mhoilleofar cinntí atá san athbhreithniú a dhéanfaidh coiste trasphairtí ar thorthaí na tuairisce Cassells, ach is féidir go mbeidh sé sin níos fearr ná an rogha a ligint do Fine Gael amháin.