Comment & Analysis

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Editorial

Societies Know What They are Getting with Controversial Guests

Society guests are sometimes chosen for the controversy they will court, argues the Editorial Board.
By The Editorial Board
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Buntáiste ar Bith Ag Baint le hAontas na Mac Léinn a fhágáil

Pléann an Bord Eagarthóireachta an ceart le hAontas na Mac Léinn a fhágáil, agus más fíor gur ceart é seo atá tábhachtach go gcaomhnaítear.
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Tuigeann Cumainn na hImpleachtaí ag Baint le hAoichainteoirí Conspóideacha

Aíonna tSochaí Roghnaítear uaireanta do an chonspóid a bheidh siad cúirte argóint , an Bord Eagarthóireachta
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Column

Companies Should Shoulder Some of Education’s Cost

Firms that benefit from education have an obligation to pay into it.
By Colm O'Donnell
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Contribution

We Shouldn’t Tiptoe Around Suicide

On World Mental Health Day, Sarah Ledden debunks misconceptions regarding suicide
By Sarah Ledden
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Analysis

The Challenge in Balancing the Abortion Debate

The union's mandated stance on abortion has left some students feeling alienated, and some considering finding a way to leave the union altogether.
By James Shaw and Charlotte Ryan
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Column

Turning Off the Blue Light: Regulating Sex Work in Ireland

James Shaw argues that regulation of the industry is better, and safer, than prohibition.
By James Shaw
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Contribution

A Loss in the Community, and an Awareness of Mortality

Jenna Clarke-Molloy examines her awareness of mortality following loss.
By Jenna Clarke-Molloy
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Column

Social Media Shouldn’t be the One Source for News

Tom Myatt argues that using only social media for news acquisition creates an “echo chamber” of confirmatory views.
By Tom Myatt
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Column

Freedom of Speech is Not Freedom to Dictate

Olly Donnelly responds to Brendan O’Neill’s distorted view of Trinity students.
By Olly Donnelly