Comment & Analysis

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Le Cáineadh Athnuaite Maidir le Cothromaíocht Inscne i Saol Acadúil na Tíre, Tá an Deis ag an gColáiste Ceannasaíocht a Ghlacadh

I ndiaidh na gcáintí le déanaí maidir le eagothroime institúide i saol acadúil na tíre, ba cheart don Choláiste díriú le cur leis an dul chun cinn atá ar siúl.
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Editorial

Trinity Has the Chance to Become a National Leader in Addressing Gender Inequality in Academia

In light of recent criticisms of institutional inequality, Trinity should work to improve on its recent success.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Trinity Needs to Listen to Tenure Track Criticisms and Include Them in Consultation

With €16 million in funding given to posts being hired under the model, it looks like Trinity may not have engaged with the arguments in its consultation process.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

At Missouri, Students are Mad as Hell. What Can We Learn from Them?

Colm O’Donnell looks at student protests in Missouri University – which have resulted in the resignation of its president.
By Colm O'Donnell
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Contribution

Trinity as a Saving Grace for Dublin’s Aesthetic

In a city in aesthetic decline, the historic beauty of historic sites like Trinity provide a model for the rest of the capital.
By Ciaran Sunderland
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Contribution

Discussing Consent in University Shouldn’t be an Opt-out Matter

Paul Glynn argues that in order for all students to be able to live in a safe and enjoyable environment, we cannot make exceptions in who should be educated about sexual consent and harassment.
By Paul Glynn
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Contribution

Discontinuing the Study of Irish would be a Profound Loss

A decline in demand should not lead to the end of the academic pursuit of Irish.
By Megan McDermott
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Column

Old, Lonely People are Not Just for Christmas

Paige Reynolds argues that the John Lewis ad glamorises loneliness, while offering no real solutions.
By Paige Reynolds
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Column

What Drives Trinity’s Success With Entrepreneurs?

By coincidence or by design, Trinity produces more entrepreneurs than any university in Europe.
By Daniel O'Brien
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Failtítear Roimh Ghníomhaíochtaí an Choláiste Maidir le Fadhb an Lóistín, ach Gá le Tuilleadh Cumarsáide

Léiríonn an dul chun cinn le déanaí go bhfuil leasa na mac léinn níos tábhachtaí ná cúrsaí airgeadais.