Comment & Analysis

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Editorial

The Price of Trinity’s Flights is No Big Deal – But College’s Environmental Impact Is

Trinity spent over €259,084 on flights in the last year.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Schoolchildren Are Ahead On Climate. Third-Level Students Need To Catch Up

At Friday’s climate strike, schoolchildren outshone third-level students.
By The Editorial Board
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Op-Ed

Tomorrow, Ireland Can Turn a Page on Climate Action. Be There

Climate action is a fight to give ourselves and our children a future. Attending tomorrow's Climate Strike is the first step, writes Tate Donnelly.
By Tate Donnelly
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Column

Grief is a Part of Life. It’s Time We Learned to Talk About It

Grief is an ever-evolving set of emotions, and we shouldn't hide from that, writes Molly Furey.
By Molly Furey
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Op-Ed

For Quality and Equality, Public Funding is Higher Education’s Best Option

Loans are not the answer – Ireland needs investment in higher education, argues Laura Harmon.
By Laura Harmon
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Díol Súntais é Líon na n-Ionadaithe Ranga – Measfar Fadhbanna ag Comhairle

Tá ionadaithe ranga riachtanach chun aontas éifeachtach a chruthú.
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Ábhar Toghcháin é Tríú-Leibhéal – Anois, Seachas Bealtaine 2020

Tá na rangú níos tábhachtaí ná oidhreacht propast amháin, nó cáil ollscoil amháin.
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Editorial

TCDSU’s Class Rep Record is Impressive – But Council Will Tell if Engagement Issue Improves

Class representatives are vital in creating an effective union.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

After Rankings Slump, Third-Level Has to Be an Election Issue – Now, Not in May 2020

Rankings are a bigger issue than the legacy of one provost, or the reputation of one university.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

After Rankings Slump, Trinity Must Focus on Its Education – Not Its Brand

Yesterday's rankings fall was a blow to Trinity. In response, the College needs to focus on improving the fundamentals, writes Aoife Kearins.
By Aoife Kearins