Comment & Analysis

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Is Éagóir Stairúil é Neamhrochtain Teach a Sé ar Mhic Léinn. Ní Mór é a Athrú

Déanfaidh TCDSU stocaireacht ar an gColáiste chun a fhiosrú an féidir Teach a Sé a dhéanamh níos inrochtana, tar éis a ghlacadh le rún ag ag an gComhairle an tseachtain seo caite.
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Leis an mBille Tithíochta USI, Ní Mór do Harris Cuimhniú go Bhfuil sé i gCeannas

Agus díospóireacht maidir le bille a thabharfadh cosaint sa bhreis do mhic léinn atá ina gcíosaithe dúirt an t-Aire Ardoideachais Simon Harris go bhfuil ‘comhrá práinneach’ de dhíth ar an gceist.
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Column

The Anonymous Minister’s PUP Comment is Little More Than Pandemic Finger-Pointing

Passive-aggressive judgement and tut-tutting have been rife throughout the pandemic, but it’s particularly disappointing to see it coming from a government minister, writes Faye Curran.
By Faye Curran
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Op-Ed

I’m Thankful for the College Experience, but Fed Up With its Inaccessibility

Until every single aspect of Trinity and the education the college provides becomes totally accessible, the label of inaccessibility will cover the whole college, writes Niamh Ní Hoireabhaird.
By Niamh Ní Hoireabhaird
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Editorial

House Six’s Inaccessibility is a Historical Wrong. College Must Listen to Students

TCDSU will lobby College to look into making House Six more accessible, following a motion passed at Council this week.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

On the USI Housing Bill, Harris Seems to Forget That He Is In Charge

Debating a bill which would give greater protection to student renters, Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris said that an ‘urgent conversation’ is needed on the issue.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

COVID’s Damage to Student Sport Has Not Gotten the Attention It Deserves

Student Sport Ireland this week called for third-level sports to be included in current reopening plans.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

The GSU is Causing Grievous Damage to its Constitution

An email was circulated to postgraduate students this week to clarify which motions and amendments were deemed as passed by the GSU executive.
By The Editorial Board
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Tá an Scoil Ghnó go hIontach don Tríonóid. Tá an Aird Chéanna Tuillte ag Scoileanna Eile

Dúirt Déan Scoil Ghnó na Tríonóide Andrew Burke leis an bhfoireann, mura dtoghfaí Hogan, go mbeadh sé ina ‘baol’ do ghnóthachain na scoile a bhaintear amach le blianta beaga anuas.
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Tá an GSU ag Titim as a Chéile. Cad is Féidir a Dhéanamh Faoi?

Tá roinnt mhaith iarchéimithe ag éileamh do tháinseamh uachtaráin agus leas-uachtaráin an aontais.