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Pride is About Much More Than Parades

Roberta Rodrigues reflects on why pride is important for so many students.
By Roberta Rodrigues
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The Removal of Compulsory History in Secondary School is a Tragedy for Irish Education

This September’s first-year students could leave school with next to no knowledge of history or why it’s important.
By Liam Whelan
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Trinity’s New Ranking Demands Government Action

The QS rankings are embarrassing for Trinity. But it's the government that should be red-faced, writes Matthew Murphy.
By Matthew Murphy
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Leo Varadkar is Right. Young People Are Needed in Politics

The political momentum provided by repeal can't be lost, writes Matthew Murphy.
By Matthew Murphy
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Why the Pro-Choice Side Can’t Promise Low Abortion Rates

Hazel Bergin and Ciara O'Rourke question whether pro-choice claims about abortion rates add up.
By Hazel Bergin and Ciara O'Rourke
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For Struggling Students, There is Little Compassion in Trinity’s Exam System

Too often, Trinity's bureaucracy simply adds insult to injury, writes Niamh Egleston.
By Niamh Egleston
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Ní Féidir an Ghaeilge a Chur as an Áireamh sa Tóir ar Phost

Tá i bhfad níos mó poist á fhogairt anois le riachtanas Ghaeilge.
By Philip McGuinness
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The Belfast Rape Case Put All Women on Trial

The trial feels like a missed opportunity for justice for the countless victims of sexual violence around the country.
By Aoife Kearins
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In the Wake of Today’s Trial, Consider Those Around You

Be considerate to those around you as sexual assault is more common than you would think.
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Supplemental Fees Brought Student Activism to Life. Don’t Let it Die

Today is a huge victory for students. But the battle isn't over, writes Matthew Murphy.
By Matthew Murphy