Comment & Analysis

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Editorial

To Preserve Our Education System, We Must be Wary of How it’s Changing

Trinity is slowly changing. We need to ensure that new students remember a time before commercialisation and levies became the norm.
By The Editorial Board
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Op-Ed

The Threat of Populism to Higher Education

Former Head of the Higher Education Authority (HEA) Tom Boland discusses how the rise of populism around the globe will affect higher education.
By Tom Boland
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Analysis

Now More Than Ever, Cuts to Erasmus Would be a Regressive Step

A recent suggestion to halve the Erasmus budget would only worsen young people's apathy towards EU institutions.
By Simon Foy
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Column

The Problem With Having a Single, Super University

James Shaw examines the idea that for Ireland to compete with top international universities, it will have to create a single "super university".
By James Shaw
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Contribution

Stigma Surrounding Mental Illness Can and Must be Broken

Ellen Orchard argues that open and unapologetic discussion of our mental health can break the stigma surrounding mental illness
By Ellen Orchard
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Beidh Gach Duine Slán Tar Éis Séasúir na Feachtasaíochta de bharr Rialacha Toghcháin Nua

Tairbheoidh leasuithe do thoghcháin na n-oifigeach sabóideach a ghiorróidh an tréimhse feachtasaíochta agus a forfheidmeoidh pionóis níos déine, a chuireadh roimh Chomhairle TCDSU ar an Máirt, idir iarrthóirí agus mic léinn.
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Is le Tuiscint ar Bhacainní Doláimhsithe a Chuirfear Comhionannas sa Chóras Ardoideachais

Tá 20 scoileanna táille i measc na 25 scoileanna leis an méid is mó daltaí i gcúrsaí ard-phointí a chuireann solas ar dheighilt suntasach idir scoileanna na hÉireann.
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Editorial

Stricter Enforcement of New Election Rules Will Help Everyone Survive Campaign Season

Reforms for sabbatical officer elections that shorten the campaigning period and impose stricter penalties, to be proposed at TCDSU Council on Tuesday, will benefit everyone.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Understanding Intangible Barriers is Key for Equalising Who Studies Where

80 per cent of the top 25 schools whose students go to higher-points courses are private, suggesting a substantial divide across Irish schools.
By The Editorial Board
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Contribution

The Highs and Lows of a Junior Freshman’s First Term

The first term of the year is over and prospective students will be visiting Trinity tomorrow. What did one student learn from their months so far?
By Shane Kenneally