Comment & Analysis

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Op-Ed

Hard Brexit ‘Vandalism’ Cannot Endanger University Links

Universities will be among the hardest hit from the effects of Brexit, writes Anton Muscatelli.
By Anton Muscatelli
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Contribution

Students Will Forgive College Many Things. Adding To Exam Stress Isn’t One

College’s latest timetabling blunder makes an already stressful exam season even more difficult, says Jack Synnott.
By Jack Synnott
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Contribution

The Romance of Dublin’s Public Transport Services

Moving to Dublin sparks a love of the city's extensive public transport systems, writes Faye Curran.
By Faye Curran
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Contribution

For Many Students, Dropping Out Isn’t the Challenge – It’s Staying In

Being in a course with a high dropout rate is demoralising at best and actively discouraging at worst, writes Aoife Kearins.
By Aoife Kearins
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Profile

Meet the Brains – and Heart – Behind Trinity’s Disability Service

After 19 years as the Director of Trinity's Disability Service, Declan Treanor's fingerprints are all over campus life.
By Donal MacNamee
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Tá go leor Cainte Déanta ag Varadkar ar Iasachtaí – Tá Maoiniú Stáit de Dhíth ar Oideachas

I ndiaidh trí bliana neamhghníomhaíochta, tá cúis mhaith le hamhras faoi thráchtanna Varadkar.
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Editorial

Varadkar Has Talked Enough About Loans – What Education Needs is State Funding

Three years of government inaction mean those sceptical about Varadkar’s comments have good reason to be.
By The Editorial Board
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Contribution

Cúis Ceiliúrtha don Ghaeilge i QUB – ach Tá Cúram ag Teastáil

Tá an teanga anois i lár an aonaigh i bpolaitíocht na mac léinn chomh maith le polaitíocht ag Cnoc an Anfa.
By Eoin O'Hare
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Ba Chóir go raibh Treoirlínte TCDSU ar Ionsaí Gnéis ann Blianta ó Shin

Tá togra úr an aontais ar threoirlínte gearáin le moladh.
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Bhí ar Agóid USI Aird an Phobail a Mhealladh. Ach Theip air

Bíodh is go raibh an feachtas in ann mic léinn agus baill foirne a shlógadh ar leibhéal áitiúil, bhí ionsaí aintréan ag teastáil.