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In the Chaos of Coronavirus, Human Kindness Wins Out

Orla Murnaghan argues that the coronavirus is bringing many people together – and we must embrace a better vision of humanity.
By Orla Murnaghan
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Nocht an Phráisc Lóistín Lucht Riarachán na Tríonóide sa Bhealach is Measa

Bhí cáineadh géar tuillte ag an gColáiste as ucht mic léinn a dhíbirt gan mórán feasa roimh ré.
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Ditching Orals and Practicals Has Been Divisive. The Consequences Will Be Far-Reaching

The repercussions of scrapping orals and practicals could be massive for future college students, writes Aisling Marren.
By Aisling Marren
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Editorial

An Accommodation Debacle That Showed Trinity’s Administration at its Worst

Trinity came in for ferocious criticism for turfing students out of its accommodation with scant notice.
By The Editorial Board
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Le Mic Léinn Á nDíbirt, Tá an Coláiste ag Dul sa Seans

Is deacar cinneadh an Choláiste gan móran feasa a thabhairt dá gcónaitheoirí a thuiscint.
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By Forcing Students to Leave, Trinity is Knowingly Throwing Them to the Winds

College’s decision to give its student residents so little notice of their eviction is hard to fathom.
By The Editorial Board
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Éacht Déanta ag an gColáiste le Ceist an Choróinvíris – Ach Dúshláin Le Sárú

Is beag cinnteacht atá bainteach leis an gColáiste sa ré seo.
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On Coronavirus, Trinity Has Done Well in New Waters – But Huge Hurdles Lie Ahead

Few of the certainties associated with College hold true in the present circumstances.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

Chasing Generation Z Into TikTok Mania

For Faye Curran, TikTok's explosion has exposed the divide between our generation and the next. Should we all just get with the programme?
By Faye Curran
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It’s Inconsequential, But For Final-Years, Today May Be a Sad College End

Trinity was right to take steps against the coronavirus, and there are far more pressing issues, but today was still a sad day, writes Aisling Marren.
By Aisling Marren