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It’s Impossible for Students to Pay for College with Part-Time Work

As the cost of living and studying in Dublin reaches €11,000, many students are finding it prohibitively expensive, even with a part-time job.
By Jenna Clarke-Molloy
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The Ins and Outs of an Anxiety Disorder

The layman often assumes anxiety and depression are the same class of illness, but there are distinct differences between these mood disorders and how they should be treated.
By Lauren Nic Eoin
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“Profound tragedy” — Mar a D’athraigh an Scéal

Seachtain i ndiaidh dá fhórsaí ospidéal de chuid Médecins Sans Frontiéres a scriosadh, táimid fós gann ar chuntas ó na Stáit Aontaithe, agus is cosúil nach bhfuil fiosrúchán neamhspleách ag teacht.
By Andrew Ó hEachteirn
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Repealing the Eighth Amendment is Both a Student and a Social Issue

The current situation for those seeking abortions is not just a social issue, but explicitly affects and discriminates against the student population.
By Kalianne Farren and Paige Reynolds
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Cá bhfuil na Gaeilgeoirí?

Le níos mó scoláirí ná riamh le hard-chaighdeán Ghaeilge ag freastail ar Choláiste na Tríonóide, is gá dúinn an cumas teanga seo, faoi cheilt ag na mic léinn inár measc, a nochtú agus a fhorbairt.
By Colm Ó Néill
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For A Non-EU Student With Mental Health Issues, Trinity’s Administration Remains Inflexible

Legacy problems with Erasmus and an inflexible administration leave some students trapped.
By Sean Owens
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We Shouldn’t Tiptoe Around Suicide

On World Mental Health Day, Sarah Ledden debunks misconceptions regarding suicide
By Sarah Ledden
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A Loss in the Community, and an Awareness of Mortality

Jenna Clarke-Molloy examines her awareness of mortality following loss.
By Jenna Clarke-Molloy
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Trinity and the Tricolour

Paul McNamee argues that Trinity should fly the flag on the 100th anniversary of the 1916 Rising.
By Paul McNamee
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New Debates in the Decriminalisation of Drugs

In light of new information about student drug use, John Bethell argues that regulation, rather than prohibition, is the way forward for Irish drugs policy.
By John Bethell