Comment & Analysis

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Op-Ed

Trinity Needs a Drug Policy – And Badly

Students need – and deserve – to know that support services exist if they have issues relating to their drug use, writes Eolann Davis.
By Eolann Davis
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Column

Mary McAleese’s Criticisms of the Church Are Really Just Apologism

Trinity students deserve a chancellor out for their own interests – not the Catholic Church's, writes Christopher Dignam.
By Christopher Dignam
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Column

As November Closes, A Timely Re-Evaluation of Remembrance Day

It is understandable that the poppy has never caught on in Ireland – but wearing it should be viewed as a personal decision, writes Julie Leenane.
By Julie Leenane
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Editorial

On Capitation, UCCSU Has Set a New Precedent – We Must Treat it With Caution

Last week UCCSU announced the reversal of a €200 capitation fee increase after months of discussions with the college.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

A Welcome Return to a TCDSU Surplus, But Fiscal Prudence Can Have Costs

TCDSU this week announced that the union had accrued a surplus for the first time in four years.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

Why is the GMB the Domain of a Small Cluster of Societies?

Most societies have to struggle for space. It's not fair that the GMB exists primarily to serve the needs of the Hist and Phil, writes Aoife Kearins.
By Aoife Kearins
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Leagadh Hamilton – Masla Eile do Phobal Atá Faoi Ghannionadaíocht

Thug an Coláiste deis do mhic léinn bheith bainteach sa chomhrá maidir le leagadh foirgneamh i ndiaidh na ngearán.
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Editorial

Hamilton Demolitions are Another Snub to a Cohort That’s Long Felt Underacknowledged

Trinity only involved students in discussions around recent building demolitions after they raised complaints about noise pollution.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

On Rent Strikes, USI’s Council Understood What TCDSU’s Failed to Grasp

USI’s national council voted to support rent strikes after a discussion that varied greatly from the debate at TCDSU’s own council.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

Why Trinity is the Perfect Place to Nurse an Aching Friendship Crush

Trinity's unique environment encourages individuality of the sort that makes it hard to avoid catching friendship feels, writes Faye Curran.
By Faye Curran