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The Toils of Final Year Have Turned Me Into a Grinch

My supreme gift-giving skills are likely to be relegated to ‘average’ this year as I trade festivities for dissertation writing, writes Caoimhe Weakliam.
By Caoimhe Weakliam
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As Her First Semester as Provost Concludes, Linda Doyle Should Take Stock

Doyle's manifesto was rooted in a commitment to make Trinity more transparent and collaborative.
By The Editorial Board
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2021: Another Year of Coal in the Higher Education Sector’s Stocking

Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris promised he would make a decision on the Cassells report by the end of the year, but he has yet to do so.
By The Editorial Board
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Beidh 2,000 Mac Léinn nua an Bhliain seo Chugainn. An bhfuil Plean ann Dóibh?

Tuarann buiséad na Tríonóide don bhliain 2022 ardú ar líon na mac léinn go tuairim is 20,000 mac léinn
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Má Tá an GSU ag Iarraidh Obair le Fochéimithe, ba Cheart dó Obair leis an TCDSU

Vótáil an GSU chun tacaíocht oifigiúil a thabhairt don ghrúpa imill Students4Change
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Playing ‘Sims 4: Discover University’ is Akin to Sheepishly Looking in a Mirror

The game perfectly manufactures the sense of chaos that goes with the college experience, writes Kate Moran
By Kate Moran
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Trinity’s Student Numbers are to Rise by 2,000. Has College Thought it Through?

Trinity's budget for 2022 includes a projected increase in student numbers to just over 20,000
By The Editorial Board
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If the GSU Wants to Work With Undergraduates, it Should Mend Fences With TCDSU

The GSU this week voted to formally back fringe campaign group Students4Change.
By The Editorial Board
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The Myth of Social Media and Desensitisation

Young people are accused of having no empathy because of the constant stream of bad news online, writes Phoebe Pascoe.
By Phoebe Pascoe
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I Have OCD. No, I’m Not a Neat Freak

If I had understood OCD beyond the lazy stereotypes about the condition, I may have been diagnosed sooner, writes Hosanna Boutler.
By Hosanna Boutler