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On US Campuses, a Gun Debate That’s as Ubiquitous as It is Divisive

The great gun debate has bled onto US campuses – and it's as polarising there as it is in wider society.
By Julia Bochenek
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Fostaíocht san Aontas Eorpach – Iniúchadh ar Chúrsaí Dlí agus Gaeilge

Caithfear plé a dhéanamh ar chonas céimithe a mhealladh i dtreo na hEorpa agus tosaíonn sin ag leibhéal fóchéime.
By Eimear Finan
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How Luxury Student Accommodation Conquered Dublin

In Ireland, luxury student accommodation is a booming business. Rachel O'Leary investigates, and asks: is there an alternative?
By Rachel O’Leary
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Slavery and Universities: ‘We Can’t Atone, But We Can Recognise’

Slavery is most often associated with the past. But around the world, universities are reckoning with dark histories – and attempting to repent.
By Gillian O’Neill
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Doctors and Artists Meet at Medicine’s Very Own Electric Picnic

The DotMD conference explores the power of storytelling in healthcare.
By Emma Donohoe
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In Ireland and the US, Academics Fight for a New, Kinder Higher Education

For some students, conventional higher education pathways aren't the answer. Schemes around the world are being set up to help.
By Rachel O’Leary
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The Student Recruiters Working to Sell Trinity to the World

Around the world, student recruiters work to bring international students to Trinity.
By Aisling Marren
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A Corporation Wants Our Genome Data, While Universities are Denied Access

When it comes to genomics, academics say the government is prioritising commercial benefit over medical research.
By Cillian Gartlan
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From Medicine to Maths, Trinity’s Points Changes Mapped

Seven years of data on Trinity's CAO points shows changes in some areas and consistency in others.
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Backed by College, Trinity Interns Document Israeli Abuses in Jerusalem

Every year, Trinity interns spend around a month in Jerusalem's Old City, documenting Israeli human rights abuses against Palestinians.
By Donal MacNamee