Comment & Analysis

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How The University Times Adapted to a Lockdown

The problems faced by this newspaper weren't the biggest in the world, but we wanted to be the source of information for students and staff.
By Donal MacNamee
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There’s Only One Nanny, and I’m Grateful Every Day for Her

By Aisling Marren
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An Bhfuil Cassells Marbh? Cinnte, más Fianaise é an Dréachtchlár Rialtais

Is beag tagairt a dhéanann an dréachtchlár rialtais do thuarascáil Cassells an tseachtain seo.
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Praiseach Go bhFéadfadh, agus Ba Cheart don Choláiste a Sheachaint

I ndiaidh laethanta de mhearbhall, chualamar faoi dheireadh go mbeadh teacht ag Scoláirí atá lonnaithe i mBaile Átha Cliath ar lóistín saor in aisce.
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Editorial

Is Cassells Dead? Yes, if the Programme for Government is Anything to Go By

The newly agreed programme for government scarcely references the existence of the Cassells report.
By The Editorial Board
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A Scholars Mess Trinity Could, and Should, Have Avoided

After days of confusion, we eventually heard that Dublin-based Scholars would be able to access free accommodation.
By The Editorial Board
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Amid Outrage, Neither College or Scholars Come Out of Accommodation Fight Well

College bungled its announcement on whether Dublin Scholars get accommodation, but – no matter what – the situation is lose-lose, writes Faye Curran.
By Faye Curran
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An Coláiste i bPonc idir Gearrsealbhóirí agus Mic Léinn ag Cúirt Kavanagh

Ta mic léinn ar buille le Cúirt Kavanagh agus an Coláiste nuair a tairiscíodh ach cuid den aisíocaíocht, seachas an cúiteamh iomlán a tugadh amach ina lóistín féin.
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Ar Cóir Imní a Bheith ar Choláistí Faoi Rialtas ar Féidir Rangú a Úsáid ina gCoinne?

Bhí páirtíthe léasmhara an ardoideachais ciúin an tseachtain seo i ndiaidh na nuachta gur ardaigh cúig as seach ollscoil in Éirinn sna rangú.
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Editorial

Should Colleges Fear a Cynical Government Using Ranking Jumps Against Them?

Third-level stakeholders were quiet this week after news came through that five of Ireland’s seven universities had risen in world rankings.
By The Editorial Board