Thursday’s event is surely the most important moment of Provost Patrick Prendergast’s term.
Is iomaí fadhb – idir riaracháin agus bainte le TEP – a raibh ar mhic léinn dul i ngleic leo i rith an tréimhse scrúdaithe.
Ní féidir cloigeann na Tríonóide a shá sa ghaineamh agus na mic léinn ag streachailt.
Students encountered a myriad of problems – both administrative and TEP-related – this exam season.
Trinity cannot bury its head in the sand while student societies struggle.
The potential collapse of civilisation makes having children look increasingly like a self-interested endeavour, writes Ciannait Khan.
Adjusting to life in Dublin and Trinity took some getting used to, but now I've found my place here, writes Faye Curran.
The new joint-honours programme is an ill-thought-out replacement of TSM, writes Emer Moreau.
Being paid to represent 17,000 students for a year is not only no ordinary job, but a privilege.
The least the union owed students was a public statement on the detention of 26 students at the ball.