As we ask ourselves what we're going to do with our four month break, maybe the answer shouldn't be tequila shots.
Loic Delorme argues that, while zero-hour contracts may have started with good intentions, they now merely exploit young people.
British voters may be deciding whether or not they stay in the EU, but the consequences of this decision will reverberate much further afield.
Áitíonn Christopher McMahon nach gá do dhaoine bheith buartha faoi shocrú a rinneadh ag Comhdháil USI gan a shainúdarás ar son leanúint an riachtanais maithreánaigh Gaeilge atá ag Ollscoil Náisiúnta na hÉireanna a athnuachan.
While talking about mental ill-health has seen a huge surge in recent years, we remain largely in the dark as to the best way to provide comprehensive, reliable care that catches all individuals in distress.
Déanfar gné lárnach den bhealach ina fheidhmíonn Coláiste na Tríonóide de ranguithe agus tá rian inmhothaithe gur de réir é sin a chuimhneofar ar Prendergast.
Rankings are going to become a fundamental part of how Trinity operates and there is a palpable sense that it’s what Prendergast will be remembered for.
Is tairbh mhór do mhic léinn í inghlacthacht córais mhaoinithe comhroghnacha, ach an mhalairt atá fíor maidir le don easpa gníomhartha leanúnach air sin.
An acceptance of alternate funding models benefits students, but a persistent lack of action does not.
Tom Myatt analyses the different coalitions the 2016 election could leave us with, arguing that some would be better than others for young people.