Comment & Analysis

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Contribution

An Unhealthy Mind Can Lead to An Unhealthy Brain. Let’s Not Forget That

Highlighting depression and anxiety is important, but we must remember that mental health disorders come in many forms, writes Yasmine Tadjine.
By Yasmine Tadjine
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Analysis

Amid TEP Fallout, Education Candidates Promise Students a Voice

Sally-Anne McCarthy and Niamh McCay want to ensure that students' feedback is taken seriously as the Trinity Education Project moves forward.
By Matthew Murphy
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Column

A Surge in Female TCDSU Candidates is Cause for Celebration

Eliana Jordan reflects on the recent surge in women running for election in the union and what that means for Trinity's female students.
By Eliana Jordan
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Analysis

Presidential Candidates Offer Revolution or Rhetoric

This year's candidates, Laura Beston and Daire Hennessy, want to bring change to the union.
By Jack Synnott
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Contribution

Racism is Alive in Ireland – Even Here in Trinity

Students experience stereotyping and stigma on campus, writes David Ola.
By David Ola
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Níl an Dualgas ar Mhic Léinn Tionscadal Oideachais na Tríonóide a Réitiú

Bhí na mic léinn agus oifigigh an Choláiste go hiomlán ag teacht salach ar a chéile ag an fhóram oscaile Dé Chéadaoin.
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Ba Chóir Comhrá Náisiúnta ar Mhéalú a Thosú i ndiaidh Scéal an Chumann Rámhaíochta

Cuireann cuid is mó de na hollscoileanna Éireannacha i gcéill nach bhfuil cultúr méalaithe in Éirinn.
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Editorial

No, College, It’s Not Up to Students to Fix the Trinity Education Project

Students and College officials were completely at odds at Wednesday’s open forum event.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

The Boat Club Expose Should Start a National Conversation About Hazing

Irish universities have for the most part pretended that a hazing culture does not exist in Ireland.
By The Editorial Board
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Contribution

Hazing Is Not Necessary for Creating Team Spirit

From inside a club, it may seem harmless, but students need to realise the dangers of these practices, writes Cormac Watson.
By Cormac Watson