Comment & Analysis

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Tá Dea-Chuma ar Chíos Costais, ach ní Oibreoidh sé gan Cúnamh na gColáistí

An tseachtain seo, dúirt an tAire Ardoideachas Simon Harris gur féidir le coláistí a lóistín a chur ar cíos do mhic léinn le huasmhéid costais.
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Analysis

Disjointed Equality Hustings Leave Little Room for Detailed Rhetoric

Candidates were quizzed on how they will work for and with students from underrepresented backgrounds.
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Analysis

Amicable Dining Hall Hustings See Candidates Ponder Accessibility and Safety

The 10 candidates stuck largely to their manifesto points, paving the way for a by-the-books election season.
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Op-Ed

This Green Week, Trinity is Turning its Attention to Our Broken Food Systems

From deforestation to supermarkets throwing out excess produce, our food chain is a serious contributor to waste and climate change, writes Michele Hallahan.
By Michele Hallahan
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Editorial

Cost Rental Sounds Great, but Without Buy-In from Colleges, it Won’t Work

Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris said this week that colleges could rent their accommodation out to students at a capped cost.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

House Six Should Already be Accessible. But Now There’s a Timeline For it

Plans presented this week show that a lift is set to be installed in the building by 2024.
By The Editorial Board
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Analysis

For All Three Ents Candidates, Safety on Nights Out Must be a Given

This year’s Ents race see discussions around post-pandemic social activity, but it will likely be dominated by the topical issue of safety on nights out.
By Maebh Gallagher and Ailbhe Noonan
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Analysis

Welfare and Equality Candidates Prioritise Compassion and Wellbeing

Cúnla Morris and Chloe Staunton both emphasise the importance of dealing with casework in a sensitive and respectful manner.
By Sophie Coffey and Faye Madden
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Analysis

Maguire Envisions Professionalism and Approachability for The University Times

The paper’s deputy editor is running on a platform of accessibility, but insists she’s aware of students’ criticisms of its work.
By Maitiú Charleton and Sarah McCarthy
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Analysis

Running Unopposed for Comms, Smirnova Aims to Make the Job More Student-Centred

The PPES student believes that students won't engage with the union if they're indifferent to its weekly email or social media.
By Seán Cahill