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Trinity’s academic freedom fighters

How Trinity students can help scholars wrongfully convicted worldwide

The right to speak out and publicise what one believes in is essentially a privilege. Even within democratic countries, there are varying levels of this freedom. Journalists are often targeted by their states and attacked for speaking up. Not only

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A frightening reminder of the past

Navika Mehta discusses the similarities between “India’s Daughter” and the Belfast rape trial victim

Content Warning: Sexual Assault

Wednesday afternoon, after finally submitting my essays last minute, I checked my phone and the first thing I saw, was a notification from Irish Times. It said: “Four cleared of all charges in Belfast rape trial.” …

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Smuggler’s Soul: the shocking story of Veerapaan

Navika Mehta writes about how Lush are subtly propagating the story of Veerappan, the sandalwood smuggler

On a random visit to the Lush store near college, continuing a light-hearted conversation with my friend, I entered the store. I had never imagined that as I walked out, my mind would be in a whirlwind of emotions – …

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