Jack Traynor proposes honouring the legacy of Theobold Wolfe Tone as a means to reconcile tradition with principles of equality and fairness.
Luke Gibbons warns of the need to maintain our reputation as a welcoming nation amid a wave of right-wing rhetoric
TCDSU President László Molnárfi argues against the notion of neutrality in Students' Union politics and advocates for active student engagement
Dr Becky Long reflects on her personal experiences of voting in Irish referendums and emphasises the value of each and every vote in shaping societal change
Sophie Coffey defends her right to self-deprecation while demanding respect for her dissertation.
The desire to do well can rub up against the fact that most socialising around this time of year will involve the offer of something alcoholic, writes Phoebe Pascoe
Between the waiting lists and the financial aspect, learning to drive in Ireland feels like an inescapable and never-ending roundabout, writes Sophie Coffey
Over time, this discomfort started to extend beyond specific moments, permeating my sense of self and safety. I felt uncomfortable in my skin and that I did not belong in my environment, writes Kiran Singh
While there are some variations across courses and disciplines, the common thread agreed upon by my friends and I was that many of our professors would struggle to pick us out of a line-up, writes Sophie Coffey
It is in the festive spirit that the Trinity Cancer Society is this year appealing for toys for children suffering with cancer around Ireland, writes Fiachra Mooney