Comment & Analysis

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Sna Toghcháin Iarchéime, Reitric nár Tháinig le Fírinne Ghéar na n-Iarchéime

Ní raibh na triúr iarrthóirí inchreidteach ag an gcéad toghchánaíocht d’Aontas na Mac Léinn iarchéime an tseachtain seo.
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Column

I’m Due for Erasmus Next Year – I Need Trinity to Tell Me if It’s Happening

It might cause mass disappointment, but students need a decision from Trinity on its Erasmus and Study Abroad programmes, writes Faye Curran.
By Faye Curran
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Editorial

In GSU Elections, Rhetoric That Doesn’t Match Harsh Postgraduate Realities

The three candidates in this year’s elections didn’t convince at the first GSU hustings this week.
By The Editorial Board
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Analysis

On National Issues, Students Should Take Lessons From Marriage Equality

On repeal and marriage equality, students were right at the heart of Ireland's political discourse – a hard spot to reach, writes Faye Curran.
By Faye Curran
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Column

I Made a Spotify Playlist of Every Song I Heard Sung Outside Botany Bay

A brief list of the sounds of Pearse St at night.
By Jessie Foley
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Tabhair Aire, A Choláistí: Rinne Saineolaí Beag is Fiú den Teagasc ar Líne

An tseachtain seo, bhagair Peter Clinch go mbeidh ollscoileanna na hÉireann ‘ag streachailt’ agus iad ag dul san iomaíocht in oideachas ardchaighdeáin ar líne.
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Editorial

Three Colleges Have Made Decisions on Erasmus. Why is Trinity so Quiet?

Students need information on whether they need to start planning for Erasmus – or for a year in Dublin.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Colleges, Take Note: A Third-Level Expert Just Poured Cold Water on Online Teaching

Peter Clinch warned this week that Ireland’s universities will struggle to ‘compete’ when it comes to a high-quality online education.
By The Editorial Board
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Contribution

Praying Helped Me – Slowly but Surely – Improve My Relationship With Myself

Everyone’s different, but praying for someone’s well-being, or upon the loss of a loved one, surely helps the mind to cope, writes Robert Quinn.
By Robert Quinn
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Op-Ed

Leaving Cert Inequality Doesn’t Start and End With Predictive Grades

Leaving certificate inequality existed long before calculated grades – it's built into the system, writes Social Democrat TD Gary Gannon.
By Gary Gannon