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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
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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
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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
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Should There be Minimum Requirements for Sabbatical Officers?

TCDSU should consider introducing interviews for election candidates, writes Aoife Kearins.
By Aoife Kearins
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The Practical Case for a Vote to Re-Open Nominations

Students often don't see voting for RON as a legitimate option in uncontested races.
By Jack Synnott
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It’s Time to Talk about Vaccine Misconceptions

In light of the recent mumps outbreak in Trinity, Cillian Gartlan clears up the myths around vaccines and herd immunity.
By Cillian Gartlan
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Being a Young Person Today is Exhausting

Pressures from social media, work and college leave students burnt out, writes Faye Curran.
By Faye Curran
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An Unhealthy Mind Can Lead to An Unhealthy Brain. Let’s Not Forget That

Highlighting depression and anxiety is important, but we must remember that mental health disorders come in many forms, writes Yasmine Tadjine.
By Yasmine Tadjine
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Racism is Alive in Ireland – Even Here in Trinity

Students experience stereotyping and stigma on campus, writes David Ola.
By David Ola
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Hazing Is Not Necessary for Creating Team Spirit

From inside a club, it may seem harmless, but students need to realise the dangers of these practices, writes Cormac Watson.
By Cormac Watson