Comment & Analysis

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Editorial

Governmental Support for Irish-language Schools must Extend Beyond the Gaeltacht

While increases in funding for Gaeltacht schools go some way to reverse previous cutbacks, the large Irish speaking population outside the Gaeltacht are yet to benefit.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

By Selling Its Naming Rights, Trinity is Selling Itself Short

Selling naming rights to campus buildings is the sad, but not unexpected, result of a university left with nowhere else to look to for funding.
By Simon Foy
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Column

To Protect Students and the Financially Vulnerable, we Must Review the Institutions That Harmed our Economy

Sean Barrett argues that a greater understanding of economics and a closer monitoring of the institutions that brought the IMF to us is necessary for our country.
By Sean Barrett
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Contribution

Eagraíochtaí Neamhrialtasacha mar Cheannairí ar Thodhchaí na Gaeilge Níos Mó Ná Riamh

Agus é ag scrúdú bunaithe eagraíochta teanga nua le déanaí ar choincheap féinchumhachtaithe, áitíonn Seán Ó Deoráin nach amháin ar an rialtas a bhraitheann pobal na nGael.
By Seán Ó Deoráin
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Column

TCDSU Has Every Right to Campaign on Political Issues

James Shaw argues that TCDSU's political capital should be used to advocate for change within wider Irish society.
By James Shaw
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Contribution

As Food Delivery Jobs Go, Deliveroo is One of The Worst

Phoebe Eddlestone, a former courier for Deliveroo, highlights her experiences working for the company.
By Phoebe Eddleston
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Sampla Inbhraite go bhfuil Lá na Cinniúna Tagtha do Mhaoiniú Ardoideachais

Léirigh an agóid tiomantas troid ar son an oideachais ó mhic léinn agus baill foirne nach bhfachtas le blianta anuas.
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A Tangible Indication That We’re in a Watershed Moment for Higher Education Funding

This week’s demonstration displayed a commitment to fighting for education from students and staff not seen in years.
By The Editorial Board
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Agus Margadh Poist Fíor-Iomaíoch Rompu, Tá Coláiste na Tríonóide faoi Bhrú Céimithe Ildánacha a Chruthú

Agus cláir céimithe ag críochnú sna seachtainí atá amach romhainn, tá an réimse scileanna a éilíonn fostóirí ag leathnu gach bliain. Tá Coláiste na Tríonóide ag obair go dian faoi seo ach tá an rialtas chun deiridh, a scríobhann an Bord Eagarthóireachta.
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Faced with a Bitterly Competitive Jobs’ Market, Trinity is Under Pressure to Provide Broadly Skilled Graduates

The skills demanded by employers is growing every year. Trinity is working hard to keep up but government schemes for graduates lag behind.
By The Editorial Board