Opinion Contribution


Increasing Alcohol Prices is Misguided

New legislation to increase minimum alcohol pricing misses the mark. Instead, we need to look at why young people drink.
By Alanna MacNamee

‘Fresh’, While Well-Intentioned, Is Ridiculous

While steps towards making the College more inclusive should be welcomed, Simon Foy argues that this change of terms is ludicrous.
By Simon Foy

Students’ Union Autonomy is Too Important Not to Fight For

Stephen McCrystall writes about why QUBSU is fighting for its independence from Queen's University Belfast.
By Stephen McCrystall

Why Should You Boycott Aramark?

Avoiding Westland Eats in support of direct provision residents is a small gesture, but it can lead to a big change.
By Giordan Castellon

Changing How You Look at Erasmus

In light of concerns from law and French students, Louise Lawless believes that law students need to approach Erasmus differently.
By Louise Lawless

Inside Trinity’s Library, the Library Snake Awaits

Despite appearances of charm and grandeur, the library presents challenges no student could anticipate.
By Nessa Boland

The Evolution of the Student Internship

The glamour of an internship has grown as a result of increased employer expectations and an increased student drive.
By Kate Lait

My Disability is Not a Costume

Dressing up as a disabled character for Halloween isn't acceptable and it certainly isn't funny, says Niamh Herbert.
By Niamh Herbert

Students Marched for Education. They didn’t for Ibrahim

Following Ibrahim Halawa's long-awaited release, Alanna MacNamee asks why students did not mobilise in greater numbers to secure his freedom.
By Alanna MacNamee

Trinity’s Fee Hike Confirms Our Fears: Postgraduates are Cash Cows

Ralph Moore argues that postgraduates are the latest victim of a college trying to find new ways to raise funds.
By Ralph Moore