Comment & Analysis

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With New Sports Centre Referendum, Lisbon Analogy Overstates Its Case

The February "No" vote shows why all democracy is not created equal
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Social Media Breeds External Self-Worth

For a new generation, likes now create likes
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You’re Never Too Old to Explore Your Sexuality

It's okay to be unsure of who you like, or what you like
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Government’s Science Funding Plan Kills Vital Research

Focusing entirely on applied science hurts research opportunities and graduate job prospects
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Editorial

Incompetence in Choosing a Date for the Referendum

The date chosen by the government for the marriage equality referendum suggests complete incompetence.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Accountability in an Institution that Tries to Hold Everyone Else to Account

The Editorial Board responds to recent revelations of plagiarism.
By The Editorial Board
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Contribution

Who Gets to Name What?

The opening of Kinsella Hall is a hopeful sign for the future of higher education funding in Ireland
By Daniel O’Brien
Editorial

Universities Deserve Praise for Success in Spite of Climate

With significantly less funding than top institutions across the world, Irish universities should be praised for staying up there.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Praise for Challenging the College Admissions System

We shouldn't shrink from change, and regardless of the outcome, investigating it is worthwhile.
By The Editorial Board
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Op-Ed

Defending Trinity’s Challenge of the Admissions System

Professor Patrick Geoghegan responds to an Irish Times op-ed piece and accuses it of taking a cheap shot at the students admitted by the study.
By Patrick Geoghegan