Comment & Analysis

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Editorial

With an Apt Ceremony, Trinity Affirmed Philanthropy as a Key to its Future

Thursday’s event is surely the most important moment of Provost Patrick Prendergast’s term.
By The Editorial Board
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Caithfidh an Coláiste Foghlaim ó Phraiseach na Scrúduithe i mBliana

Is iomaí fadhb – idir riaracháin agus bainte le TEP – a raibh ar mhic léinn dul i ngleic leo i rith an tréimhse scrúdaithe.
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De Dheasca TEP, Tá an Coláiste i mBaol go gCaillfear a Shaol Cumainn ar Leith

Ní féidir cloigeann na Tríonóide a shá sa ghaineamh agus na mic léinn ag streachailt.
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Editorial

College Must Learn From This Year’s Exam Chaos

Students encountered a myriad of problems – both administrative and TEP-related – this exam season.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Thanks to TEP, College Is in Danger of Losing Its Unique Society Life

Trinity cannot bury its head in the sand while student societies struggle.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

Not Having Children May be the Ethical Choice. Here’s Why

The potential collapse of civilisation makes having children look increasingly like a self-interested endeavour, writes Ciannait Khan.
By Ciannait Khan
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Contribution

After a Year in Trinity, I’ve Finally Found My Feet

Adjusting to life in Dublin and Trinity took some getting used to, but now I've found my place here, writes Faye Curran.
By Faye Curran
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Contribution

How TSM Students Became TEP’s Latest Casualty

The new joint-honours programme is an ill-thought-out replacement of TSM, writes Emer Moreau.
By Emer Moreau
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Editorial

The Library Panic Revealed TCDSU’s Unhealthy Attitude Toward Student Woes

Being paid to represent 17,000 students for a year is not only no ordinary job, but a privilege.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Trinity Ball Drug Detentions Are At Odds With TCDSU’s Decriminalisation Policy

The least the union owed students was a public statement on the detention of 26 students at the ball.
By The Editorial Board