Comment & Analysis

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Nimh ag Baint le Cogaíocht Chultúrtha an Burkean, Gríosaithe ag Ionadaí USI

Is deacar a chreidiúint go raibh leas-cheannaire USI chomh sásta ainmneacha mac léinn a thabhairt chuig eagraíocht anaithnid a bhí ag iarriadh iad a ‘bhualadh’.
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Tá Cíos sna Coláistí Nimhneach Anois – Cáil na n-Ollscoileanna i mBaol

Ghlac ceannairí ollscoile le seasamh neamhleithscéalach maidir le harduithe cíosa conspóideacha.
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Editorial

The Burkean’s Cultural Warfare is Toxic – But USI’s Deputy Fanned the Flames

It’s hard to believe USI’s second in command was so willing to give up student names to a faceless body that said it wanted to ‘slap them around’.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

College Rents Have Become Toxic – and Universities Are Risking Their Reputations

University heads have employed a startlingly unrepentant tone on controversial campus rent increases.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

Why We Need to Break the Silence on Mute Tutorials

It could be Catholic guilt, but remaining studiously silent is a curiously absurd feature of Irish students in tutorials, writes Faye Curran.
By Faye Curran
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Column

On Rent Hikes, the Provost is Cold, Disingenuous – and Wholly Illogical

The Provost's attempts to pre-emptively justify rent increases ended up highlighting ethical and intellectual missteps, writes Aoife Kearins.
By Aoife Kearins
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Easpa Cur Chuige i Meascán Mearaí Athena SWAN an Choláiste

Tháinig deighilt chun cinn an tseachtain seo idir an leas-propast don chomhionannas agus an plean straitéiseach de bharr an ghradaim Athena SWAN.
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Is Cliche É Easpa Spéise san Aontas – Chuaigh Sé Tharr Barr i mBliana

Thit líon na mac léinn a chaith vóta sa toghchán uachtaránachta i mbliana faoi 25 faoin gcéad.
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Editorial

The College’s Athena SWAN Mix Up Betrays a Lack of Joined-up Thinking

A disconnect emerged this week between the vice-provost for equality and the strategic plan over the Athena SWAN award.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Union Disengagement is a Cliche – But This Year Took the Biscuit

The number of students voting in this year’s TCDSU presidential election dropped by 25 per cent.
By The Editorial Board