Comment & Analysis

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Column

The Quest for the Perfect Summer isn’t Just Overrated – It’s Exhausting

Summer shouldn't be about outdoing each other – you don't need to travel the world in style to be normal, writes Faye Curran.
By Faye Curran
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Chuir an Tríonóid Mic Léinn in Umar na hAimiléise mar gheall ar na Deontaisí SUSI

Níor thaispéan an Chlárlann Acadúil morán trócaire agus iad ag tabhairt faoi táillí SUSI a fháil ar ais.
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Tuilleadh Fianaise a Léiríonn Forás na Tríonóide ó Thaobh Aithint Inscne de

Tá cultúr uileghabhálach iomráiteach ag an gColáiste.
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Editorial

On SUSI Grants, Trinity Has Put Vulnerable Students in a Tricky Situation

Academic Registry’s approach to recovering unpaid SUSI fees has been less than sensitive.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

More Evidence that Trinity is Ahead of the Pack on Gender Recognition

The College is known for its broadly inclusive campus culture.
By The Editorial Board
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Op-Ed

I’m No Seasoned Activist, But I Helped Found Trinity Extinction Rebellion

Amy Heatley, one of the founding members of Trinity Extinction Rebellion, urges students to join the climate action group on campus.
By Amy Heatley
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Contribution

Irish Students Must Learn From Hong Kong Protests

In Hong Kong, pro-democracy protestors have been campaigning for 13 weeks. Ireland's students must pay heed, writes Katy Amos.
By Katy Amos
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Column

The Leaving Cert Is a Brutal System – But It’s Fair

The leaving certificate is tough – but it's fair, and it's only getting fairer, writes Aisling Marren.
By Aisling Marren
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Column

TCDSU Must Organise a Campus Rent Strike Within the Year

If an on-campus rent strike succeeded in Trinity, it would set an extraordinary precedent, writes Cormac Watson.
By Cormac Watson
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Op-Ed

I Was Arrested at an Extinction Rebellion Protest. I’d Do it Again

Climate change protesters must embrace the 'civil resistance model', writes Ciaran O’Carroll.
By Ciaran O’Carroll