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As a Final Year, I Want to Redefine How I Remember My Time in College

As I come to terms with spending my last term of college in my bedroom, I am endlessly thankful for this eclectic and colourful catalogue of random happenstance incidents, writes Eimear Finan.
By Eimear Finan
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Prof Linda Hogan Interview: Top Five Takeaways

Prof Linda Hogan, and her two rivals for the position of Provost, took part in their second hustings today.
By Mairead Maguire
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Internet Politics Feeds Tribalism and Erodes Compassion

University students might as well put our stressfully acquired knowledge about referencing and sources to the service of democracy, writes Aoibh Ní Chroimín.
By Aoibh Ní Chroimín
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Beidh Tionchar ag Toghcháin an Phropaist ar Cheisteanna Áitiúla agus ar Mhic Léinn

Léirigh suirbhé a rinneadh an tseachtain seo go gcreideann 42 faoin gcéad d’fhoireann acadúil Choláiste na Tríonóide gurb iad riarachán agus maorlathas na saincheisteanna is tábhachtaí i dtoghchán an phropaist.
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Ní Mór d’Acadóirí Ceistiú an Toghchán nó Ceapachán atá i Rás an Phropaist?

Bheartaigh Coiste Agallaimh do thoghchán an phropaist an tseachtain seo nár chomhlíon an t-Ollamh Sarah Alyn Stacey na cáilíochtaí chun rith sa toghchán.
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Prof Jane Ohlmeyer Interview: Top Five Takeaways

Ohlmeyer gave a wide-ranging interview to The University Times about what she would seek to achieve if elected Provost.
By Mairead Maguire
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Prof Linda Doyle Interview: Top Five Takeaways

Prof Linda Doyle will spend the next couple of months campaigning to become the next Provost of Trinity.
By Mairead Maguire
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Column

Rhetoric, But Little Distinction, at Provost Campaign Opener

All three candidates spoke well at Monday night’s question-and-answer session to kick off the provost elections, but voters will want to see marked differences between them, writes Eimear Finan.
By Eimear Finan
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The Top Five Takeaways From the Opening Night of the Provost Elections

The provost elections kicked off tonight with a virtual questions-and-answers session.
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Editorial

Local Issues are Important, but the Provost Elections Will Impact Students Too

A survey conducted this week showed that 42 percent of Trinity’s academic staff believe that admin and bureaucracy are the most important issues in the provostial elections.
By The Editorial Board