Comment & Analysis

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Léiríonn Cóisir Iarshiamsa Bál na Tríonóide Cultúr Eisiach Ents

Thrasnaigh an pháirt a ghlac oifigeach siamsaíochta Aontais na Mac Léinn, Katie Cogan, in eagrú na cóisre líne idir cúrsaí pearsanta agus cúrsaí gairmiúla.
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Editorial

Trinity Ball After Party Reflects Stereotypically Exclusive Ents Culture

The involvement of TCDSU Ents Officer, Katie Cogan, in the organisation of the party, crossed the line between the personal and the professional.
By The Editorial Board
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Analysis

For Those Invested in Third Level, Bruton a “Worrying” Choice as Education Minister

With Richard Bruton’s appointment as minister, questions are being asked about the future direction of the sector amidst critical underfunding.
By Edmund Heaphy and Sinéad Baker
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Contribution

What Four Years of Being the Only Person of Colour in Class Taught Me About Self-Identity

Kwadwo Boateng on his time navigating Trinity’s student life as an ethnic minority.
By Kwadwo Boateng
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Contribution

For Postgraduates, The 1937 Reading Room Is Not Fit for Purpose

Denis Ryan argues that the dedicated study space for postgraduate students is inadequate and outdated.
By Denis Ryan
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Briseann Toghadh Ruane a lán Síleálacha Gloine, Ach tá Níos Mó ag Teastáil Chun Athrú a Chur i bhFeidhm

Níl ach an chéad coiscéim atá i dtoghadh duine amháin éagsúil chun na geataí a oscailt do chách den chúlra céanna.
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Editorial

Ruane’s Election Breaks Many Glass Ceilings, But More is Needed to Change Status Quo

Electing someone different once is just the first step to opening the gates to all those who come from the same background.
By The Editorial Board
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Tar éis na gCiorruithe, Níos Mó Fianaise a Léiríonn go bhfuil an Rialtas chun deiridh ar an bPobal

Agus mic léinn ag aontú chun agóid a dhéanamh maidir leis na ciorruithe sláinte intinne, béimnítear neamhéifeachtacht an rialtais.
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Editorial

With Mental Health Cuts, More Proof That the Government Lags Behind the People

As students unite to protest cuts to the mental health budget, the government’s ineffectiveness is highlighted.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

Mental Health Cuts are a Matter of Life or Death

Aisling Curtis argues that, as one in five young adults experience mental health difficulties, proposed cuts are directly targeting youth health.
By Aisling Curtis