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Profile

When the Academic Becomes Political: Trinity’s Vice-Provost Prepares for New Challenges

Prof Jurgen Barkhoff, Trinity's new Vice-Provost, has an impressive CV. But the demands of the Trinity Education Project won't be easy to navigate.
By Donal MacNamee
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San Oideachas, Ní Féidir Luach a Bhunú ar Deiseanna Fostaíochta

Tá an iomarca béime á chur againn ar an gcaoi a dtacaíonn an Ghaeilge leis an saol gairmiúil, dar le Malachi Ó Marcaigh.
By Malachi Ó Marcaigh
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Contribution

The College Experience is a Myth – and Not a Convincing One

The idea that college will be the best years of your life and you’ll spend them in perpetual bliss isn’t the reality, writes Sárán Fogarty.
By Sárán Fogarty
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Op-Ed

Abolishing College Fees Will Do Nothing for Educational Inequality

Inequality in Ireland's education system starts far before College. Solutions must come earlier if we're to tackle the issue, writes Declan Jordan.
By Declan Jordan
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Gealltanais le Comhlíonadh ag Réimeas Nua DUCAC

Tá rothaí na n-athruithe ag casadh i DUCAC. Ní mór don cheannasaíocht nua athruithe suntasacha a chur i bhfeidhm.
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Níl Riarachán na Tríonóide Foirfe, Ach D’fhéadfadh A Mhalairt Bheith I Bhfad Níos Measa

D’fhéadfadh leasaithe molta de ríalú ardoideachais atheagar radacach a chur ar struchtúir ríalaithe na Tríonóide.
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Editorial

After AGM Success, DUCAC’s New Regime Must Keep its Promises

The wheels of change are turning in DUCAC. Its new leadership must make tangible changes.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Trinity’s Administration Isn’t Perfect, But the Alternative Could be Far Worse

Proposed changes to higher education’s governance could radically overhaul Trinity’s governance structures.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

I Signed Up for a Free Box of Pringles. Now I’m a TCDSU Class Rep

As the old adage goes: there’s no such thing as a free box of Pringles, writes Aoife Kearins.
By Aoife Kearins
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Column

In College, Sex and Drugs are the Rule – Not the Exception

Attitudes towards sex and drugs in university are a far cry from those held in rural areas, writes Faye Curran.
By Faye Curran