Comment & Analysis

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Editorial

The Student Accommodation Bill is More Evidence That Direct Action Works

Students put the accommodation crisis firmly on the government’s agenda for the first time.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

The North Should Be Next. But a Number of Things Stand in the Way

The abortion movement in the North has not yet swelled into a widespread cultural force.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

We Should Embrace Career Uncertainty

In a changing careers market, mobility and flexibility is no bad thing, writes Philip McGuinness.
By Philip McGuinness
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Contribution

Leo Varadkar is Right. Young People Are Needed in Politics

The political momentum provided by repeal can't be lost, writes Matthew Murphy.
By Matthew Murphy
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Nuair a Fhágann Uaillmhian Mic Léinn mar Athsmaoineamh

Léiríonn an Institiúid nua E3 go bhfuil teorann ann idir uaillmhianta agus polasaithe an rialtais.
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Na Guthanna Mac Léinn Dochloíte don Feachtas Aisghairme

Ní fada ó shin gur dhealraigh sé gur féidearthacht seachantach é an reifreann. Ach lean an feachtas mac léinn ar aghaidh.
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Editorial

The Indomitable Student Voices of the Repeal Movement

A referendum seemed like a distant possibility only a few years ago. But the student movement persisted.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

When Ambition Leaves Students as an Afterthought

The new E3 institute reveals something of the demarcation between ambitions and wider government policy.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

The Day Ireland Surprised the World

The stereotype of old Ireland is dead, writes Ciannait Khan. Now let's embrace the hope today has given us.
By Ciannait Khan
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Analysis

How Students Brought Ireland to the Brink of Repeal

Students have long played an important role in the fight to repeal the eighth amendment. Today, we will find out just how important.
By Donal MacNamee