Comment & Analysis

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Ní Féidir TEP a Réitiú le Paraisiútáil na ‘gComhaltaí Measúnaithe’ isteach sna Rannóga

Ba chóir go mbeidh comhaltaí measúnaithe ag dul i gcomhairle cruinn le coistí intéarnacha na roinne agus ionadaithe ranga.
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Tá Infheistíocht ag Teastáil chun Freastal ar na Mic Léinn Idirnáisiúnta

Caithfidh an coláiste na tacaíochtaí agus na seirbhísí is dual do scoth-ollscoil a chur ar fáil.
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Editorial

College Can’t Solve TEP by Parachuting ‘Assessment Fellows’ into Departments

Assessment fellows must consult very closely with internal departmental committees and class representatives.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

International Students Pay High Fees, But College Needs to Invest in Supports For Them

Trinity must offer the supports and services befitting of an elite university.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial Notebook

Breastfeeding Pod, Tobacco-Free Trinity Cost, Printing House Square Delay

By The Editorial Board
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Column

The Unexpected Benefits of Couchsurfing

Living closer to College would be more convenient, but it can be a wholesome experience staying on friends’ couches, writes Jack Synnott.
By Jack Synnott
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Contribution

Stormont Impasse Makes Civil Rights Progress Imperative

The government has a responsibility to legislate for the recognition and protection of the rights of all of its citizens in Northern Ireland, writes Eoin O'Hare.
By Eoin O'Hare
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Op-Ed

Universities Should Take Nothing for Granted, as Populism Struts on a World Stage

Higher education institutions are not immune to the influence of populism, writes Tom Boland.
By Tom Boland
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Bhain TCDSU Éacht Amach ‘Faoi Dheireadh’ Déardaoin. Ach Níl an Cath Thart

Thogh mic léinn na Tríonóide chun foireann shabóideach go hiomlán baineann den chéad uair riamh.
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Editorial

On Thursday, TCDSU Got a Remarkable ‘Finally’. But The Fight for Women is Not Over

For the first time ever, Trinity students elected an all-female sabbatical officer team.
By The Editorial Board