I had a completely different, idealistic picture of what it would look like to be an English major long before I actually became one, writes Abby Cleaver.
In the first of a series of opinion articles from transition-year students, Colin Smith reflects on what the Oscars really represent now.
The review is primarily legalistic in scope and seems to have little regard for the emotional welfare of people who procure abortions in Ireland writes Michael Archer.
I've realised I don't need to know whether that girl I’d met at a party four years back had gotten that job interview or not, among other things, writes Kate Moran.
Our willingness to support Ukraine, while undeniably positive, betrays how we value humans differently based on race, writes Hosanna Boulter.
We can support Ukrainians by applying the correct use of language and employing a readiness to learn from real-world affairs, writes Julie Frisch.
Perhaps we should stop measuring the success of graduates from different faculties in the same way, writes Sophie Coffey.
The 16 attendees of last night's hustings were broadly in agreement that more funding is needed for the sector, and that many barriers exist to access.
The candidates were asked how Ireland should respond to the situation.
Sixteen of the 17 candidates attended a hustings in Trinity last night where they were asked what their priorities would be if elected.