Comment & Analysis

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Claochlú Iomlán ag Teastáil sa Mheon i leith Bhanaltraí agus Cnáimhseacha an Choláiste

D’éirigh leis an baol stailce ag Eagraíocht na mBanaltraí agus Cnáimhseacha (INMO) le cinneadh an HSE a mhoilliú, ach is gá á n-éilimh a shású.
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Editorial

Attitude Towards Student Nurses and Midwives Must be Radically Altered

The recent threat of strike organised by the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) has been successful in stalling the decision of the HSE, but their demands must be met.
By The Editorial Board
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Is Cailliúint do Rannóg Eacnamaíochta na Trionóide é Bua dá Cháil Féin

Cothaíonn Creat na Smachtú Fostaíochta ag an HEA Frithchosúlacht d'Ollscoileanna.
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Editorial

A Win for Trinity’s Reputation is a Loss for its Economics Department

The HEA's Employment Control Framework creates a paradox for universities.
By The Editorial Board
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Contribution

The Ins and Outs of an Anxiety Disorder

The layman often assumes anxiety and depression are the same class of illness, but there are distinct differences between these mood disorders and how they should be treated.
By Lauren Nic Eoin
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Column

What Addiction Means to Students

Many university students have a complicated relationship with substance use and abuse.
By James Shaw
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Contribution

“Profound tragedy” — Mar a D’athraigh an Scéal

Seachtain i ndiaidh dá fhórsaí ospidéal de chuid Médecins Sans Frontiéres a scriosadh, táimid fós gann ar chuntas ó na Stáit Aontaithe, agus is cosúil nach bhfuil fiosrúchán neamhspleách ag teacht.
By Andrew Ó hEachteirn
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Column

Online Plagiarism is a Problem with No Easy Solution

Tom Myatt argues that online plagiarism unfairly targets small websites and reduces quality content online.
By Tom Myatt
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Column

The Next Steps for LGBT Equality in Ireland

Laura Harmon argues that there is still a lot of work to do before we achieve LGBT equality.
By Laura Harmon
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Column

The Pros and Cons of A Voluntary Students’ Union

Olly Donnelly argues that making SU membership non-mandatory would be fairer but difficult to implement.
By Olly Donnelly