Carly Bailey describes her experience and the experience of other student parents in accessing education, and the structures that hinder and improve the experience.
Emer Gerrard argues that the climate-action movement requires a more tangible goal to inspire support.
In light of speculation on the possible recommendation of government-supported student loans by the Higher Education Working Group, Paul Glynn examines how student loan systems of varying successes have panned out abroad.
Laura Harmon argues that Ireland’s voting process is outdated, unwieldy, and puts people off registering to vote.
Tá teorainn ar an gColáiste de thoradh ar easpa maoinithe, ach taispeánann a chúrsaí nua go bhfuileadar go fóill i mbun nuálaíochta.
Ní thógann mórán daoine faoi ndeara an chúis go mothaíonn mic léinn neamh-EU ar nós “saoránaithe ar an dara grád”.
Trinity may be restricted by an unsustainable funding shortfall, but its new courses show the College is continuing to innovate.
Many fail to think about why non-EU students feel like “second-class citizens”.
A balanced approach to the internet is not a phone in each hand.
Aisling Curtis argues that, while gender equality in higher academic positions is poor worldwide, Trinity really needs to improve.