Opinion Contribution


Stuck in Dublin for the Summer? Make the Most of it

Anna McNamara Taylor argues that anyone stuck in Dublin should use the long summer to upskill.
By Anna McNamara Taylor

Limiting Choice Isn’t “Extremist”. We Want to Protect All Lives Equally

Three Trinity students argue that pro-life views are consistent with a progressive approach to human rights.

Bagairt ar Thodhchaí na gCanúintí Éagsúla sa Chóras Oideachais in Éirinn

Agus béim ar an gcanúint chaighdeánach i scoileanna, táimid ag cailleadh cuid de shaibhreas na teanga.
By Philip McGuinness

Bruton has Listened and Learned from Universities and Students. Now he Must Act.

In a sector that now has two heads to lobby, Bruton and Mitchell O’Connor should do more than listen.
By Dominic McGrath

Activists Unite, it’s Time to Organise

Cillian Crosson, of Fossil Free TCD, discusses the value of activist training ahead of this year’s People & Planet training camp.
By Cillian Crosson

Dead White Straight Males and Saving Students from Unacceptable Levels of World: Teaching in 2017

Who wants to teach their students to criticise? Not me! I want to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony, writes Dr Daragh Downes.
By Daragh Downes

A Year in Halls: Friends, Memories and Stories that will Endure

A farewell ode to Trinity Hall, from its vomit-laced sinks to its community and camaraderie.
By Shane Kenneally

Assessing the Use of Prescriptive Medication as a Study Aid

Prescriptive medication can be enticing as a study aid, and there are a multitude of opinions as to whether or not they are acceptable.
By Molly Flynn

What College Degrees Mean for Millennials, and How Colleges Can Respond Better

In a world that’s changing so rapidly – growing, morphing and expanding at an incomprehensible speed – how can college degrees keep up?
By Ruby Smyth

Smaoineamh Fiúntach atá i dTréimhse a Chaitheamh sa Ghaeltacht um tSamhraidh

Ní hamháin do dhaltaí atá ag staidéar don Ardteistiméireacht atá inti, a áitíonn Philip McGuinness.
By Philip McGuinness