I spend more time in coffee shops than I do in class, writes Adam Potterton.
Many students face undue financial strain because of the extraneous charges to book facilities and use equipment, writes Lórien MacEnulty.
Whether you’re team Luas or team Dart (and you have to pick a side), the daily commute is a more important part of college life than we give it credit for, writes Adam Potterton
This government seems determined to stand in the way of home ownership and housing autonomy, which has always had a very important place in the Irish psyche, writes Richard Robinson
Though living at home mostly feels like a blessing, it’s hard not to feel like you are missing out on an essential part of the college experience, writes Clara Roche.
Staring down the barrel of my fourth and final year as an undergraduate, I am experiencing that all too familiar phenomenon of not appreciating something until you are about to lose it, writes Adam Potterton.
We often praise shared experiences as a conduit for connection. Sometimes we forget disparate ones are too, writes Phoebe Pascoe.
Apart from the promotion of club nights that many first years couldn’t even get tickets to, College did little to encourage fresher social connections, writes Felice Basbøl.
Admitting I don’t drink alcohol is frequently interpreted as an invitation for interrogation, writes Hosanna Boulter.
For those of us living away from home, meals can be the only predictable thing about a week, as well as a way of making ourselves and others feel looked after, writes Phoebe Pascoe.