Comment & Analysis

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Striking Nurses’ Demands Are Far From Extreme

Students should show empathy for nurses, as they fight against poor working conditions, writes Jack Synnott.
By Jack Synnott
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Tá Ollúnachtaí do Mhná Amháin mar Fhreagra ar Chur Chuige Easpach

Ar an drochuair, ní tuilleamhlathas é an saol acadúil le imdhíonacht aige ar an ghnéasachas.
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Editorial

Women-Only Professorships Are a Response to an Inadequate Softly-Softly Approach

The sad reality is that academia is far from a meritocracy, and isn’t immune to sexist practice.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

As More Women Run, A Reminder That Mentorship Matters More Than Anything

The surge in women running in the TCDSU elections does not necessarily mark an end to a lack of representation.
By The Editorial Board
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Contribution

The Trials of Being a Non-Drinker in College

Most College social activities are alcohol-centered, writes Emer Moreau.
By Emer Moreau
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Léiríonn an Tubaiste le Táillí SUSI go bhfuil Fadhb le Príomhfheidhmeanna an Chlárlann Acadúil

Níl gá iniúchadh a dhéanamh chun fadhbanna i riarachán na Clárlainne Acadúla a aithint.
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Tá na hAontais Mac Léinn ag Dul i nGleic le Soláthar Díreach – Ach Gan USI

Tá aontas náisiúnta na mac léinn ag iarraidh bheith i gceannas ar an fheachtas seo. Ba chóir go bhfuil sé cheana.
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Editorial

The SUSI Fee Debacle is Proof Academic Registry Has an Issue With Core Functions

It’s not necessary to look under the hood to see glaring issues with the way Academic Registry is run.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Students’ Unions Are Tackling Direct Provision Together – But Without USI

The national students’ union is trying to regain control of a campaign it should already be leading.
By The Editorial Board
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Contribution

College Comforted Me as I Recovered from Illness

Trinity made me feel able to deal with my cancer and everything that came in its wake, writes Orla Murnaghan.
By Orla Murnaghan