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Cuireann Amlíne Toghcháin an GSU Bac ar Iomaíocht

D’fhógair an GSU an tseachtain seo go reáchtálfar feachtais toghcháin shabóideacha ón Aoine seo chugainn go dtí dtí 11ú Meitheamh.
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Editorial

€13k for PhD Stipends Is Simply Not Good Enough

Last week, professors and students expressed their outrage over PhD programmes with €13,000 stipends.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

The GSU Election Timeline Hampers Competition

The GSU announced this week that sabbatical election campaigns would be held from next Friday until June 11th.
By The Editorial Board
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Column

Facebook is Dead. Don’t Mock Me for Being Sad About it.

I long for the days when posting on Facebook didn’t arouse fears that your page was hacked, writes Eimear Finan.
By Eimear Finan
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Is féidir le Coláistí na hÉireann Breathnú go Sasana do Threoir – nó Rabhaidh

Chuaigh Ollscoilenna Sasanacha ar ais go teagasc aghaidh go haghaidh an tseachtain seo.
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Tá Dearcadh na bPalaistíneach in Easnamh. Is Féidir le Tríonóid Cabhrú é a Cheartú

Tá ceangal ag an Tríonóid le hOllscoil Al Quds, atá campais in Iarúsailéim, Abu Dis, agus al-Bireh.
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Editorial

Ireland’s Colleges Can Look to England for Guidance – Or Warnings

English universities returned to in-person teaching this week.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Palestinian Viewpoints are Absent. Trinity Can Help Fix That

Trinity currently has links to Al Quds University, which has campuses in Jerusalem, Abu Dis, and al-Bireh.
By The Editorial Board
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Main Takeaways from the Summer Reopening of English Universities

Increased testing, social distancing and outbreak planning will be staples of university life in England this summer.
By Cormac Watson
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Editorial

For Many, Online Exams are the Future. Trinity Must Modernise Assessment For Good

The coronavirus pandemic has forced Trinity to run exams online, rather than in person, as College has traditionally done.
By The Editorial Board