Comment & Analysis

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Contribution

By Ignoring Student Issues, the Government Misses a Tremendous Opportunity

John Conway argues that the government will regret neglecting the youth vote
By John Conway
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Column

Will the Trinity Education Project be the Solution to Trinity’s Woes?

While the TEP has a lot of potential, it’s important that a variety of student voices are taken into account.
By Aisling Curtis
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Analysis

In General Election Debate, the Opposition Parties Won – But Mostly Because the Government Didn’t Show Up

While everyone was in agreement about the crisis in higher education, no-one was able to say what should be done now.
By Sinéad Baker
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Profile

The Consummate Chair of Ireland’s Top Department

Edmund Heaphy profiles Head of English, Chris Morash, and examines how he has managed to boldly lead in a genuine and unassuming way.
By Edmund Heaphy
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Contribution

Divestment is Urgent and Essential, Because We Have No Planet B

Maintaining investments in fossil fuels is a cynical move when it comes to our future.
By Colm Tong

Deis á Cailleadh ag Coláiste na Trionóide Seasamh a Thógáil lena Airgead

Níl luíonn aincheist mhórálach na Trionóide ina infheistiú indíreach i mbreoslaí iontaise, ach sa deischostas atá ann gan seasamh a thógáil trí dhífheistiú.

Fadhbanna WiFi na Trionóide Tar Éis Pointe na Seafóide a Shroicheadh

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Editorial

Trinity’s WiFi Problems Have Reached the Point of Absurdity

For students, WiFi is as important as the books on the shelves in Trinity’s libraries.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Trinity is Missing a Chance to Make a Statement with its Money

Trinity’s moral dilemma does not lie in its indirect investment in fossil fuels, but rather the opportunity cost of not making a statement from divesting.
By The Editorial Board
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Contribution

Motion to Promote Refugee Education a Good First Step, but Not Enough

TCDSU must put pressure on the Irish Government to change their approach to refugee education.
By Loic Delorme