What does “voting tactically” mean?

Various factors should be considered by students voting in today’s general election

The Saturday February 8 election is an unusual historic opportunity for students, with the most recent Sunday Times Red C poll suggesting the possibility of a lead for a party other than Fine Gael or Fianna Fáil for the first


Proceduralism is killing TCDSU

SU Council should not be a space where campaigns are put on trial by a suspicious and disbelieving jury

Procedure takes priority in TCDSU. Every motion given a hearing must be proposed and seconded by two class reps, or other Council members. Alternatively, ten “ordinary” students can propose a motion. It is not clear why this is a requirement,


A recent history of race science

Race science is more a construct of the social and political environment than of science

The idea of dividing humans into categories of superiority is not new. In Ancient Greece, Plato believed human reproduction should be monitored and controlled by the state. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, eugenics, the science of improving humans