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Trinity’s Treasures Can Often Be Wasted Potential

Loic Delorme argues that Trinity fails to properly convey the worth of its many valuable antiquities.
By Loic Delorme
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Looking Back on Four Good Years

A reflection on the people and the place that defined one graduate’s Trinity experience.
By Daniel O'Brien
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Male Victims of Intimate Partner Violence are Ignored in the Irish System

James Behan argues that Ireland's signing of the Istanbul Convention should be condemned.
By James Behan
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“There Have Been Days and Weeks When I Have Not Had Any Money Left for Food”

The barriers in place to support students through study are not enough to even support proper eating and sleeping habits.
By Tara McCormack
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First Year in Trinity Vastly Broadened My Horizons

Overwhelming, inspiring and ultimately life-changing, our first year in college can change our whole perspective.
By Pranav Darshan
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Those Outraged by Stanford Assault Must Accept That Action Needs to be Taken

Simon Foy argues that while recent work to challenge our attitude to sexual assault has been controversial, it is necessary to effect change.
By Simon Foy
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The Demise of Diversity in Dublin’s Clubbing Scene

James Shaw argues that Dublin’s clubbing scene needs to work to diversify and expand.
By James Shaw
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Concern over USI Support of Malia Bouattia is Overblown

Loic Delorme argues that recent weeks have seen a shift in perceptions of the incoming NUS President.
By Loic Delorme
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USI Sets Worrying Precedent by Supporting NUS President-Elect Malia Bouattia

Simon Foy argues that Bouattia's anti-Semitic remarks should be condemned by USI.
By Simon Foy
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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