Comment & Analysis

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Contribution

Lending Money in College Can Be a Minefield

Lending and owing money is a natural part of college life but things can become difficult when you don't get paid back.
By Paddy Mockler
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Column

A Social Media Cap Shouldn’t Be Necessary

Instead of limiting our time on social media, we should use it in a healthy and positive way, writes Eliana Jordan.
By Eliana Jordan
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Treallús ag Teastáil i dTaobh Iompair Phoiblí na Cathrach

Má thagann athrú ar mheoin na bpolaiteoirí, agus má tá an tÚdarás Náisiúnta Iompair níos ullmhaithe le comhairliúcháin phoiblí, chuirfí feabhas réabhlóideach ar shaol na cathrach.
By Ronan Fallon
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For Those with Mental Health Issues, Marijuana Can Offer Relief

It’s time to embrace the benefits of marijuana – and legalise it, writes Eliana Jordan.
By Eliana Jordan
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Ag Cáineadh Rangaithe, tá Iarracht á Déanamh ag an Propast Stair a Athscríobh

Theip ar an gcath ainniseach i gcoinnithe rangaithe íslithe, agus is ábhar macnaimh é don Phropast.
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Thar Fóir in Amanna, ach Bhí Cúis leis an Raic faoin Easpa Éagsúlachta le TEDx

Is beag duine a d’aithin nach raibh grúpaí áirithe san áireamh – agus bhí ar na mná a mhothaigh nach raibh siad ionadaithe aird a tharraignt air.
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Editorial

Bewailing Rankings, The Provost Tries to Rewrite History and Redefine His Legacy

The failure of an almost-neurotic battle against declining rankings has caused the Provost to rethink his approach.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

‘Pale and Stale’ Went Too Far, But the Outcry Over TEDx Diversity Was Justified

Too few of us detected that certain groups were unaccounted for – and it took the women who felt unrepresented to draw attention to it.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

Ignoring the News is a Luxury Many Students Can’t Afford

Jack Synnott writes that choosing not to care about the news is a privileged position.
By Jack Synnott
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The Arts Might Not Teach Us How to Make a Living – But They Teach Us How to Live

In a world increasingly focused on making us employable at all costs, it's worth remembering the value of arts courses, writes Alanna MacNamee.
By Alanna MacNamee