Comment & Analysis

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Contribution

Learning How to Survive as a PhD Student

Ronan Mulhaire discusses the highs, the lows, and the unexpected reality of being a PhD student in Trinity.
By Ronan Mulhaire
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Column

Opting Out: Why Men Are Increasingly Rejecting Marriage

James Behan examines why an increasing number of men are deciding not to get married.
By James Behan
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Column

Labelling University as “The Best Years of Your Life” Creates Unnecessary Pressure

Ellen Orchard argues that the pressure placed on students to enjoy university often detracts from the experience itself.
By Ellen Orchard
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Is Gá do Ranguithe Mímhaiteacha agus Macántacht Ceannairí Ollscoile Críoch a Chur le Dóbartaíl

Ar feadh an iomarca ama gan focal ar bith faoi, déanann na ranguithe is déanaí agus comhfhreagra na n-ollscoileanna riachtanas práinne ardoideachais níos inbhraite ná riamh.
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Editorial

Unforgiving Rankings and University Leaders’ Honesty Must Finally End Indecision on Higher Education

For too long not discussed and not addressed, the latest rankings and universities’ response make the urgent need for third-level funding tangible.
By The Editorial Board
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Ní Féidir le Coláiste na Tríonóide a uaillmhian a Theorannú, Cé nach Sáraítear an Ghéarchéim

Tá infheistíocht i sár-thaighde deacair gan airgead, ach sin an meán is fearr chun an argóint maoinithe a bhuachan
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Editorial

Trinity Cannot Afford to be Conservative in Ambition, Even as the Funding Crisis Drags On

Investing in world-leading research is difficult without money, but it remains one of the best ways to win the funding argument.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

In the Heat of the Abortion Debate, Respectful Discussion is in Everyone’s Best Interest

Abortion is a contentious issue in the Irish climate, but lazily and inaccurately representing the other side hampers campaigns and can distract from the real issues.
By Simon Foy
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Chuirfí Dearcadh Níos Meiriceánaí do Spórt Ollscoile Coláiste na Tríonóide chun cinn, agus Lúthchleasaithe Freisin

Is féidir le mic léinn i gColáiste na Tríonóide foghlaim go mór ó dhíograis lucht tacaíochta Georgia Tech agus Boston College, más maith linn ár gcultúr spóirtiúil a fhorbairt.
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Editorial

A More American Attitude to College Sport Would Promote Trinity, and Benefit Athletes

The support and enthusiasm of Georgia Tech and Boston College fans is something Trinity students can learn from, if we want to develop and grow our sports culture.
By The Editorial Board