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‘Mary Robinson Told Us to Pack Our Bags’: When TCDSU Was Threatened With Prison

The union provided abortion information to students in 1988, leading to an anti-abortion group to take its sabbatical officers to court.
By Naoise D'Arcy
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In A Digital World, What’s the Future of Print in Academia?

Students are taught to be sceptical of what they read online, but the ability to approach printed material critically is as imperative as ever.
By Gillian O'Neill
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The Enduring Utility of Peace Studies

As the normative commitments of the discipline meet practical demands, academics are opening up their scope of inquiry
By Gillian O'Neill
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Lifelong Learners Are Target Group With New Microcredentials Program

Trinity has joined an IUA framework to systematise and accredit short, intensive modules for postgraduate students.
By Gillian O'Neill
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‘Trinity can do more’: Universities’ Role in Combating Anti-Asian Hate Crime

The coronavirus pandemic has forced universities to confront the problem of anti-Asian racism on their campuses.
By Naoise D'Arcy
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Cells and Selfies: the PhD Students Sharing Their Research Online

A new type of influencer – the PhD candidate – is emerging online in an attempt to combat the loneliness and pressures of the work.
By Gillian O’Neill
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CAO: Trinity’s Points Changes Mapped

Points went up in many courses as College received a record number of first-preference applications.
By Emer Moreau
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The Environmental Impact of Academic Conferences

Jetting across the world to meet other researchers may have to become a thing of the past if universities are to help fight climate change.
By Cormac Watson
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Filling the Gaps in Ireland’s Cyber Security Knowledge

After high-profile cyber attacks in Ireland and abroad, training people in cyber security has never been more important.
By Gillian O'Neill
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‘We Need More Than a Push at Pride’: Non-Binary Students’ Battle for Recognition

Colleges are taking steps to allow non-binary students to use gender-neutral pronouns on official records, but ignorance and discrimination persist.
By Penelope Norman