Opinion Contribution


Graduation Marks the End of an Era

Graduation can be a bring with it mixed feelings as you realise that the community you built in Trinity is gone, writes Louise Lawless.
By Louise Lawless

In Defence of the Trinity Electives

Robert Quinn writes that the 27 Trinity Electives available in 2019/20 embrace the areas that modern minds should care to be educated in.
By Robert Quinn

Students Will Forgive College Many Things. Adding To Exam Stress Isn’t One

College’s latest timetabling blunder makes an already stressful exam season even more difficult, says Jack Synnott.
By Jack Synnott

The Romance of Dublin’s Public Transport Services

Moving to Dublin sparks a love of the city's extensive public transport systems, writes Faye Curran.
By Faye Curran

For Many Students, Dropping Out Isn’t the Challenge – It’s Staying In

Being in a course with a high dropout rate is demoralising at best and actively discouraging at worst, writes Aoife Kearins.
By Aoife Kearins

Cúis Ceiliúrtha don Ghaeilge i QUB – ach Tá Cúram ag Teastáil

Tá an teanga anois i lár an aonaigh i bpolaitíocht na mac léinn chomh maith le polaitíocht ag Cnoc an Anfa.
By Eoin O'Hare

Athrú Níos Radacaí ag Teastáil i gCás an tSeanaid

Má táimid chun an teach uachtarach a dhéanamh níos daonlathaí agus níos ionadaí, tá i bhfad níos mó le déanamh fós.
By Eoin O’Hare

The Cultural Phenomenon Behind the Pill

Culture has often played a greater part than science in the evolution of the pill, writes Emma Donohoe.
By Emma Donohoe

Stormont Impasse Makes Civil Rights Progress Imperative

The government has a responsibility to legislate for the recognition and protection of the rights of all of its citizens in Northern Ireland, writes Eoin O'Hare.
By Eoin O'Hare

Student Commuters Are Often Left in the Lurch

The College must improve on-campus student spaces for those who spend hours in Trinity every day due to difficult commutes, writes Cian Crowe.
By Cian Crowe