Comment & Analysis

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Editorial

With NCAD Director’s Retirement, Evidence of the Impact of Student Protests

Following the successful protests in NCAD, Irish students should be more confident in their abilities to achieve true change.
By The Editorial Board

Agus Stiúrthóir An NCAD Ag Éirí As, Fianaise De Thionchar Agóidí Mac Léinn

I ndiaidh na n-agóidí rathúla san NCAD, is ceart tuilleadh muiníne a bheith ag mac léinn na tíre ina gcumas le hathrú agus forbairt dhearfach a bhaint amach.
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Column

You Won’t Believe What Clickbait Might Do

As clickbait continues to grow online, what does the future hold for Internet content?
By Colm O’Donnell
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Column

Forcing Parents Out of Education, Childcare Costs Are Too High

James Shaw says that high childcare costs in Ireland are forcing parents out of education and work.
By James Shaw
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Column

For Ireland, It’s the Actual US Election Period that Matters Far More than Who Gets President

From the President to the entertainment industry, its the US election period that influences the rest of the world.
By Olly Donnelly
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Editorial

With Changes to CAO Points System, Remembering Trinity is at the Forefront of Change

While this week’s changes to the CAO points system are welcome, its important to remember Trinity’s constant interest in changing up the points race.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

CSC Should Reconsider Steadfast Rule on Student Campaigning

A more nuanced approach to student societies and activism would benefit everybody.
By The Editorial Board
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Profile

In Return to Trinity, a Business Editor Comes Full Circle

Paul Glynn profiles Thomas Molloy, Trinity’s new Director of Public Affairs and Communications.
By Paul Glynn
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Column

Universities, Not Government, Must Act to Resolve the Student-housing Crisis

Purpose-built student housing is the way forward.
By Daniel O'Brien
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Column

Should We Worry About Student Drug Use?

75% of Trinity respondents to the National Student Drug Survey said they have used illegal drugs. Is it time for Trinity to improve its drug policy, or is this just students having fun?
By Aisling Curtis