Comment & Analysis

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Editorial

The Discord Leak Was Harrowing. It Cannot Happen Again

This week it was revealed that thousands of intimate images of women and girls were shared on online forums without consent.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Library Booking Needed Changing – but the Changes Need Not Have Been So Disruptive

The library announced the changes to its booking system last week.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

€250 Makes a Dent in Students’ Expenses, But the Impact is Somewhat Hollow

While the €250 grant may have been a move towards greater attentiveness to higher education, students grow ever more disillusioned by short-term solutions, writes Faye Curran.
By Faye Curran
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Column

Joe Biden’s Election Will Yield Slow But Positive Results for Students

A Biden presidency will bring some normalcy back to life, and possibly substantial relief for students, writes Samuel O’Brient.
By Samuel O’Brient
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Column

Holding the Schols Exams Online Will be Difficult, But Not Impossible

Creativity – both in how the exams are run and the questions asked – will be essential in running Schols exams online, writes Jane Cook.
By Jane Cook
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Ní Raibh Gá Leis an Achrann Iarchéime Seo

Dhiúltaigh an GSU chun torthaí suirbhé a d’fhorbair Grúpa Cearta Oibrithe PhD TCD, muna nglacann an grúpa le coinníollacha áirithe.
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Bhí Easpa Trédhearcachta sa Reifreann – B’fhearr Gan Ligint dó Tárlú Arís

Reáchtáil an TCDSU reifreann an tseachtain seo chun go leor leasúchán a dhéanamh ar a bhunreacht.
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Editorial

A Postgraduate Row that Should Have Been Avoided

The GSU has refused to release the results of a survey developed by TCD PhD Workers’ Rights Group, unless the group agrees to certain conditions.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

This Week’s Referendum Lacked Transparency – Best Not Let It Set a Precedent

TCDSU held a referendum this week to make a ream of amendments to its constitution.
By The Editorial Board
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Op-Ed

Will Higher Education Learn from the Lessons of the Pandemic?

The move to innovative forms of learning and classroom-based assessments came as a shock to higher education institutions – but now they should be incorporated into the norm, writes Tom Boland.
By Tom Boland