For the first time in years Trinity faces the prospect of industrial action. The current impasse between non-academic staff and College could be ended through a negotiated settlement; however, we cannot ignore the important implications of the policies College has been pursuing. Our article reports claims of an unofficial policy of replacing permanent positions […]
“We cannot polish DP – we have to end it.” -Lassane Ouedraogo, Africa House. By now, those of us outside the Irish immigration system are slowly beginning to become aware of its shortcomings. TN has talked to the Irish Refugee Council on what has been accomplished and what remain as barriers for those under Direct […]
Since the publication of our article on the investigation by a Students’ Union body of allegations against the Students’ Union newspaper, The University Times, Trinity News has been subjected to a number of criticisms. We answer some of them below. First of all, we received a report which was compiled by a body consisting of […]
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I’d consider myself to be a compassionate person, someone who has time to listen to friends’ worries. Why then did I ignore my own mental health?
There’s an excitement and a sense of change on the horizon.
It is much less scary to challenge those in power when you know you have the strength of a group behind you.
A positive to reflect on, and look forward to, is the election of an SU that looks like the most dynamic and interesting I’ve seen so far in Trinity.
My time as a Trinity News staff writer, news editor and now as editor of the paper has defined my time in college.
The message of safe sex needs to be pitched now more than ever to people of all sexualities and genders.