Comment & Analysis

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Column

Fee Certainty Is Not Enough to Quell the Northern Ireland CAO Tumble

The fall in applications from Northern Ireland is sure to continue amid uncertainty and there appears to be little the Irish government can do about it, writes Matthew Murphy.
By Matthew Murphy
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Column

How Modern Spirituality Transcends Social Boundaries

Young people should embrace their spirituality and whatever it means to them, writes Eliana Jordan.
By Eliana Jordan
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Tá na Fir Spóirt Iomráiteacha seo ag Buanú Smaointí Seanchaite ar Dhílseacht agus Tiomántas

Ní dhéanann baint na ndaoine iomráiteacha seo ach cur le tromchúis na ceiste.
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Thar Am, Tá Neart le Cruthú ag an bhFeachtas Maoinigh an Todhchaí

Tá cinneadh an rialtais chun dul i gcomhairle an Choimisiúin Eorpaigh le hiasachtaí mac léinn ag spreagadh USI chun gnímh faoi dheireadh.
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Editorial

These Elite Sportsmen Are Perpetuating Outdated Ideas of Loyalty and Commitment

The involvement of such prominent figures only serves to emphasise the gravity of the issue.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

The Long-Overdue Fund the Future Campaign Has Much to Prove

The government’s decision to refer student loans proposals to the European Commission has finally frightened USI into action.
By The Editorial Board
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Contribution

Athrú Níos Radacaí ag Teastáil i gCás an tSeanaid

Má táimid chun an teach uachtarach a dhéanamh níos daonlathaí agus níos ionadaí, tá i bhfad níos mó le déanamh fós.
By Eoin O’Hare
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Column

This Women’s Week, Remember: Now Is No Time to Rest on Our Laurels

Electing an all-female TCDSU sabbatical team was a powerful statement of intent, but there is more work to be done, writes Kathleen McNamee.
By Kathleen McNamee
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Analysis

Candidates Vie for Presidential Primacy in JCR Elections

Four candidates - Zara Finn, Matt Fitzsimons, Eoin Jackson and Connor McNally - are running for JCR president this year.
By Robert Quinn and Rachel O'Leary
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Contribution

The Cultural Phenomenon Behind the Pill

Culture has often played a greater part than science in the evolution of the pill, writes Emma Donohoe.
By Emma Donohoe