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Editorial

The GSU Class Rep Election Debacle Raises More Questions Than it Answers

The GSU class representative voting system allowed students to vote in any race, as many times as they wanted.
By The Editorial Board
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Trinity Education Will be Good for College – But Problems Linger

Replacing TEP with Trinity Education will not signal the end of TEP-induced problems, writes Emer Moreau.
By Emer Moreau
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Ireland’s Approach to the Pandemic May Have Long-Lasting Effects for Students

The economic harm done by the pandemic may well fall at the feet of groups like students – damaging the future of the country, writes Samuel O’Brient.
By Samuel O’Brient
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Editorial

Mhol an Coláiste do Mhic Léinn Lóistín a Fháil. Is Comhréiteach í Aisíocaíocht

D’fhógair an Coláiste an tseachtain seo go gcuirfear aisíocaíocht ar fáil dóibh siúd a theastaíonn ceann uathu ar bhonn pro rata, gan an tréimhse fógraíochta ceithre sheachtain san áireamh.
By The Editorial Board
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In the School of Medicine, a Damning Report Begs the Question: What Now?

In 2018, the Irish Medical Council gave the School two years to fix a ream of problems facing students on badly planned placements.
By The Editorial Board
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College Encouraged Students to Move into Rooms. Refunds Are an Olive Branch

College announced this week that students who want a refund will be refunded on a pro-rata basis, minus the four weeks notice period.
By The Editorial Board
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Is gá don Choláiste Obair le Mic Léinn má tá Rialacha Diana i Hallaí Uathu

Labhair mic léinn an tseachtain seo faoin atmaisféar scanrúil i Hallaí na Tri ndiaidh na paindéime coronavirus.
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Léiríonn an Buiséad 2021 an Easpa Físe atá ann san Earnáil Tríú-Leibhéal

Bhí díomá ar mhórchuid de ranna tríú-leibhéal le Buiséad 2021 i mbliana.
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Today, Govt Ceded Ground to Third-Level Institutions Battling for Autonomy

Allowing universities to decide their fate in level five was a win for third-level autonomy, writes Molly Furey.
By Molly Furey
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Online Classes Have Created a Plethora of New and Neverending Discomforts

Zoom classes have proven exceedingly awkward thus far. More needs to be done to make online learning work, writes Faye Curran.
By Faye Curran