General Election

Chraith Mic Léinn Polaitíocht na Tíre. Seans Nach mBainfidh Coláistí Leas As

Bhí ról an-tabhachtach ag daoine óga in olltoghchán lán d’athrú, ach ní féidir bheith cinnte de go mbeidh forbairtí don ardoideachas.
Editorial

Students Just Helped Jolt Irish Politics. Third-Level May Not Benefit

Young people played a major role in an election of change, but there’s no guarantee of positive developments for higher education.

Higher Education Minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor Loses Seat

The former minister for higher education finished just 500 votes behind Fianna Fáil's Cormac Devlin.
By Cormac Watson

Díospóireacht Iomlán Faoi Mhaoiniú, le hArgóintí Seachas Réitithe

Ní raibh trácht ar bith ar neamhspléachas agus lóistín na mac léinn ag an díospóireacht ardoideachais an tseachtain seo.
Editorial

At Funding-Heavy Third-Level Debate, More Squabbles than Solutions

Issues like autonomy and student accommodation didn’t get an airing at a fractious higher education debate this week.
Column

Want Politicians to Act Like Humans? Stop Treating Them Like Robots

Most people go into politics with good intentions, and treating them with contempt helps no one, writes Sárán Fogarty.
By Sárán Fogarty
Op-Ed

In Election, a Simple Message to Politicians: Don’t Fail Third-Level

Higher education's key stakeholders on why now is the time for action on the future funding of third-level.
Op-Ed

At the Polling Booth, Remember: Research Matters

Research is a vital part of our future and should be taken into account by both politicians and voters during the upcoming election, writes Linda Doyle.
By Linda Doyle

Micheál Martin Repeats Promise of New Higher Education Department

Martin, who first made the proposal last summer, said creating a higher education department is necessary to combat Brexit's risks.
By Sárán Fogarty

Suntas Tríú-Leibhéil san Olltoghcháin, Ach Ceisteanna Fós le Freagairt

Níl an t-ardoideachas mar thosaíocht ag na páirtithe móra, agus is léir sin óna réitigh, dar leis an mBord Eagarthóireachta.