Op-Ed: The student movement must organise radical demands beyond electoralism

TCDSU President-Elect László Molnárfi writes on how “voting alone will not make society better in the long-run”

The passing of our emergency motion at the recent Union of Students Ireland (USI) Congress to take a position of no-confidence in the government has been met with applause from all corners of the third-level sector. This is certainly a …

Do not fall for the myth of “unnecessary” public transport journeys spouted by the leader of a Green Party that has betrayed its principles

Minister Eamon Ryan’s recent talk in college was interrupted by protestors who are justifiably tired of false promises and callous decision-making

“We are sinners beyond compare,” said Eamon Ryan during his ministerial speech to College staff and students for Green Week 2023. He was referring to Ireland having the highest emission rates per capita in the European Union, but these pre-written

Ball season should not have to mean a huge cost for students, or to the planet

Formal wear is not cheap, but we must start to consider the affordable alternatives available to us and try to make changes, not excuses

Being in the midst of college ball season, we are all painfully aware of the different efforts and preparation measures to be undertaken before each event. One of the key aspects of this prep being, of course, picking the outfit.

The Troubling Nature of Trinity College Dublin’s Accommodation Crisis

We must demand transparency, equitability, and a shift from the status quo when it comes to Trinity Accommodations

As a member of Students4Change and an on-campus resident at Trinity College Dublin, I feel compelled and fit to address the current state of Trinity-owned accommodation. The college’s accommodation fees have been subject to much scrutiny and criticism over the

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Waterways Ireland: Revolutionising the Approach to Climate Action in Ireland

Waterways Ireland’s unprecedented engagement of local populations and mobilisation of mass public and private sector support in their programs provides the prime example for future initiatives combating climate change to follow

Climate change poses potentially catastrophic threats to Ireland’s welfare, specifically to the country’s dwindling water supply and the short-staffed health system. The climate crisis in Ireland has reached a breaking point whose only solution lies in implementing grassroots initiatives which

The Importance of Gaeilge

Is it time to rebrand the Irish language?

In popular culture, Ireland is colloquially synonymous with its saints and scholars, resplendent landscapes, and magnificent language. The first of these may now confidently be labelled a mere historical adage. The second will undoubtedly forever remain. The third, however, is

Vapes — the recyclable product that barely anyone is recycling

With Green Week 2023 on the horizon, it is time for students to take our recycling responsibility seriously

From 1995 to 2015, the number of teenagers and young people smoking in Ireland had been continually decreasing. However, according to Professor Luke Clancy of the Tobacco Free Research Institute Ireland, from 2019 onwards this trend has done a complete