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Where Are All the Women?

Niamh Egleston asks why TCDSU elections are once again dominated by men.
By Niamh Egleston
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Do You Know What You’re Doing Next Year? Me Neither

Louise Lawless praises degrees that don’t pigeonhole students.
By Louise Lawless
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Why I Decided to Remove My Hijab

Yasmine Tadjine writes about how a physical attack forced her to re-think hijab – and why she misses it.
By Yasmine Tadjine
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Beidh ar Shinn Féin an Fharraige a Thaoscadh Maidir Leis an 8ú Leasú

Bíodh ag faire amach d’aighneas i measc polaiteoirí agus vótóirí san athbhliain.
By Philip McGuinness
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Be a Little Kinder in 2018

Louise Lawless writes that, as we ponder new year's resolutions, we should all try and do something that makes a difference.
By Louise Lawless
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Let’s Have More Engagement From Lecturers

In Trinity, we have world-leading lecturers with so much to give. Wouldn't increased student-lecturer contact make College a better place?
By Alanna MacNamee
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Is Having a Part-time Job a Blunder in Final Year?

Do the merits of juggling a job with final-year exam stress outweigh the negatives, asks Julieanne Corr.
By Julieanne Corr
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Twelve Pubs is a Christmas Curse on All Bar Staff

Isla Hoe argues that the 12 pubs tradition is a damnable Christmas folly.
By Isla Hoe
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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
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‘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