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Ailbhe Noonan Plans to Embrace the Unknown as Editor

The paper's Deputy Radius Editor says she doesn't shy away from her lack of experience
By Naoise D'Arcy
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Maguire Returns to Pitch Accountability and Openness

The paper's current Deputy Editor is running for the top job again on a platform of professionalism, inclusion and transparency.
By Seán Cahill
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Leaving Cert Reform: A Battle to Retain Public Trust and Reduce Student Stress

From 2024, students will sit a number of exams in fifth year to reduce the pressure that the mammoth exam session at the end of sixth year brings.
By Emer Moreau
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Facebook Whistleblower Frances Haugen Talks Education and Regulation

The former Facebook employee leaked a cache of memos and research that have exposed the inner workings of the company.
By Emer Moreau
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Colleges, Climate and Culinary Choices

How can universities use research to encourage students and staff to consider environmentally friendly eating options?
By Gillian O'Neill
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Young Farmers on the Future of Ireland’s Oldest Tradition

In an industry that appears to take nothing but hits, young farmers turn to education and innovation.
By Mairead Maguire
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How to Win a TCDSU Election – From Those Who Did it

Word of mouth is crucial, but what else does it take to run a successful campaign?
By Maitiú Charleton
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What the ‘Right to Disassociate’ Raises About the Role of a Student Union

Historically, TCDSU has not shied away from taking harsh stances on divisive political matters.
By Naoise D'Arcy
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When TCDSU Takes its Place in History

The union has a long tradition of being at the forefront of national – and even international – campaigns.
By Faye Madden
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For International Students, Running for Sabbat Brings Many Hoops to Jump Through

From visa requirements to PPS numbers, non-EU students face additional barriers to running for TCDSU sabbatical office.
By Ailbhe Noonan