Comment & Analysis

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Dearcadh Míchothrom ag Daoine Nach Íocann as Fíneálacha Iostais agus Leabharlainne

Cé gurbh fhéidir go bhfuil easpa acmhainn chun íoc mar chúis le táillí ranníocaíochta an mhic léinn gan íoc, bacann faillithe íocadh seirbhísí a bhfuil riachtanach d’ollscoileanna.
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Editorial

Unpaid Library and Accommodation Charges Suggest Some Want to Have their Cake and Eat it

While outstanding student contribution charges may be due to lack of means, other failures to pay will indirectly detract from services that others need.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

New Grading System Won’t Change Old Leaving Certificate

While the familiar language of grading may be on the way out, the cruel substance of the Leaving Certificate remains as before.
By The Editorial Board
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Ní Athróidh Córas Grádaithe Nua an tSean-Ardteistiméireacht

Cé go mbeidh an friotal so-aitheanta A1, A2, B1 agus B2 chun imeacht agus cuma an athraithe ar thorthaí, is í an chruálacht chéanna atá i ndúshlán na hArdteistiméireachta.
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Profile

Hall’s Most Reasonable Resident on Educating Students and Introducing Them to Independent Life

Jenna Clarke Molloy talks to Trinity Hall Warden, Brendan Tangney, about his passion for teaching and why Halls remains a unique institution.
By Jenna Clarke Molloy
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Column

From Music to Mathematics, Linking Different Disciplines is Crucial to the Trinity Education Project

Vice-Provost and Chief Academic Officer, Chris Morash, outlines how the Trinity Education Project plans to give students greater ability to study modules outside of their chosen course.
By Chris Morash
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Roimh Theacht an Tionscnaimh Oideachais, ba cheart go mBeimis ag Tnúth le hAthruithe Móra

Is maith an scéalaí an aimsir i gcomhthéacs tionchair Tionscnamh Oideachas na Tríonóide, ach botún a bheadh sa dhearcadh a dhiúltaíonn go mbeidh athruithe suntasacha.
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Editorial

With the Education Project, We Should Expect Some Major Changes to the Trinity We Know

Time will tell how much the Trinity Education Project can achieve, but it would be a mistake to assume that there won’t be some substantial changes.
By The Editorial Board
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Tá Cumas Suntasach ag Institiúidí Oideachais na hÉireann Folúntas na Breatimeachta a Chomhlíonadh

Ba cheart go meallfadh polasaí an rialtais mic léinn atá amhrasach i dtreo ollscoileanna na Breataine ata chun an AE a imeacht.
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Editorial

Irish Education Institutions Have Exciting Potential to Fill Brexit Void

The government’s policy should include attracting students who may feel disenchanted with British universities that will soon exist in a post-EU world.
By The Editorial Board