Opinion Contribution


Students are Organised and Angry in the UK. What Can we Learn?

Denis Ryan compares student responses to fee increases and funding cuts in Ireland and the UK, and contends that Irish students can do more.
By Denis Ryan

Is Trinity Failing to Bridge the Gap Between the Arts and the Sciences?

As College prioritises STEM subjects, a concern for the future of other courses remains.
By John Bethell

For Women, Alcohol is a Poisoned Chalice

Emer Gerrard explores the complicated relationship between women, alcohol, and health.
By Emer Gerrard

The “Help! I’m not involved enough!” Guilt

Ellen Orchard argues that second year can become a time for CV-building and one-upmanship for who is the most involved in College life.
By Ellen Orchard

Until the Revolution Comes, Working Group Loan Recommendations Aren’t So Bad

Cathal Kavanagh argues that an income-contigent loan scheme, in addition to increased maintenance payments, isn't the neoliberal plot it's made out to be.
By Cathal Kavanagh

Cothrom na Féinne i leith na Gaeilge ag Teastáil agus Muid ag Déileáil leis na hEalaíona

Tar éis na gluaiseachta #WakingTheFeminists, is gá aitheantas a thabhairt don neamhaird náisiúnta a thugtar do mháistrí litríochta na Gaeilge sa tír seo.
By Colm Ó Néill

Being Paid Less than Minimum Wage Defeats the Purpose of a Minimum Wage

Laura McPhillips argues that students between 18-20 years old should not be paid less for doing the same work.
By Laura McPhillips

On Being a Student Parent in College

Carly Bailey describes her experience and the experience of other student parents in accessing education, and the structures that hinder and improve the experience.
By Carly Bailey

Even with 100 from Trinity at Climate March, the Issues Feel Too Remote and Too Abstract

Emer Gerrard argues that the climate-action movement requires a more tangible goal to inspire support.
By Emer Gerrard

Should We be Afraid of Internet Dependency?

A balanced approach to the internet is not a phone in each hand.
By Elizabeth Quinn