Comment & Analysis

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A New Political Party, and Probably the Only Logical Option for Students

Young people have increased political capital since the referendum. The question is where to put it.
By Edmund Heaphy
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With UK Budget, a Reminder for Ireland: It Shouldn’t Be ‘Earn or Learn’

Aisling Curtis argues that the British government has failed its low-income students. Ireland should not do the same.
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Contribution

The Need for A Better Maternity System

Problems faced by Trinity's midwifery students echo national and international hindrances to securing women's rights.
By Fatimah Alaya-Kenny
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Editorial

This Referendum Has Not Been Won Yet. Students Need to Canvass

As the referendum nears, students need to move the campaign from online to the real world.
By The Editorial Board
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Op-Ed

Ignoring the Fact that, in Irish Universities, Arts Rank Better than Science

University subject rankings consistently show that AHSS subjects rank far higher than STEM subjects. So why the constant focus on STEM?
By Brian Lucey
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The Binary Prejudice

Bias against non-binary forms of identity goes largely unrecognised
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What the Rainbow Flag Means to Me

Reflecting on a symbol of solidarity and support
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A Black and White Decision

For Trinity's societies, supporting equal rights is an ethical obligation, not a political statement
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99 Problems, and Bitch is One

As a genre based on ideas of self-empowerment, hip-hop urgently needs to address harmful attitudes toward gender
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The Ways Fear Ripples in Society

Reflections from a scare on the train