Ní gá go nglacfaimis le córas a churfeadh comhghleacaithe in iomaíocht i gcoinne a chéile agus a dhéanann neamhaird ar an obair a dhéanann acadóirí.
Stephen Donnelly seems to have shocked the country, perhaps because his enthusiasm and passion for his cause had captured attention beyond his constituency.
A system that would cause colleagues to directly compete and that ignores much of what academics do is not one that we should adopt.
In one of the two contested races, the five candidates speak to The University Times on the need for empathy and their very personal reasons for running.
Seán Barret argues that inequality is rising, and the education system needs to be the one that tackles it.
In an age when rightwing populism is on the rise, the answer is not to censor it but to counter it with better arguments.
In an interview with The University Times, this year's candidate discusses representing students and the academic challenges in College.
Yasmine Tadjine argues that more research funding and charitable donations should be given to less well-known illnesses.
In interviews with The University Times, candidates discuss balancing College issues with national ones and engaging with students.
Director of the CONNECT research centre and Professor of Engineering and the Arts, Linda Doyle, on combining her passion for science and the arts.