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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
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Driving Myself Around the Bend

Learning to drive can be perilous, writes Nessa Boland.
By Nessa Boland
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Boycotting Israel Puts Trinity on the Right Side of History

The College's current position on Israel runs contradictory to its long record of anti-apartheid values, argues Patrick O'Donoghue.
By Patrick O'Donoghue
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‘Yes’ agus ‘No’: An Dúshlán Aistriúcháin An Reifrinn

Gan aistriúchán díreach ar na focail dearfach agus diúltach, is rud deacair é reifrinn a aistriú go Gaeilge.
By Aoife Kearins
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Why Trinity’s Propaganda War Against Students Will Backfire

Trinity has bungled its response to the Take Back Trinity campaign.
By Matthew Murphy
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We’re on the Cusp of Equality

There are still plenty of things we need to solve in Ireland. But change is within our reach, writes Director of the National Women's Council of Ireland Orla O'Connor.
By Orla O'Connor
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The Unloved Arts Block

It hosts some of Trinity's best subjects. But the building itself? The Arts Block perennially disappoints.
By Amy Glover