Comment & Analysis

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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
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Streachailt Chrua Amach Roimh an nGluaiseacht leis an Ochtú Leasú ar an mBunreacht a Aisghairm

Agus tús á chur ag TCDSU ar a fheachtas leis an Ochtú Leasú ar an mBunreacht a aisghairm, pléann an Bord Eagarthóireachta na dúshláin atá roimhe.
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Tá Luach a Saothair faighte ag Straitéis Domhanda Choláiste na Tríonóide maidir le Rangú Ollscoileanna.

Cé nach bhfuil an straitéis díonta ar cháinneadh, tá borradh curtha aici faoin gColáiste d'ainneoin ísliú maoinithe.
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Editorial

The Repeal the Eighth Movement Faces an Upward Battle

As TCDSU rolls out its Repeal the Eighth campaign, the Editorial Board examines the challenges it will face.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Trinity’s Global Strategy has Paid off When it Comes to University Rankings

While not immune to criticism, the strategy has given Trinity a boost where funding has decreased.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

Despite Millions Spent on Systems, Admin in Trinity is Still Laughable

Sinéad Baker points out that Trinity's poor administrative prowess is not because of under-resourcing or lack of funding.
By Sinéad Baker
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Contribution

Trinity and the Tricolour

Paul McNamee argues that Trinity should fly the flag on the 100th anniversary of the 1916 Rising.
By Paul McNamee
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Analysis

With Segregated Learning, a Historic Bastion Remains

Marcus Heagney looks at the practice of single-sex secondary education and its lasting impacts on social interaction.
By Marcus Heagney
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Column

When You Compare Ranking Methodologies, You Realise their Disconnect from Students

Aisling Curtis compares the QS and Times Higher Education Rankings, and says that for students, they're not that important.
By Aisling Curtis