Collegiality and a shared understanding of the importance of academic research must trump market demands.
Student societies and media must work together to combat threats to student life.
Trinity must show that it values the arts and humanities just as much as the sciences.
Our response to criticism of an article published on December 9th.
The people who fought in the Rising – as well those protesting last week against water charges – were not “respectable”.
To justify further increases in international fees as providing much-needed revenue is to accept a neoliberal model for universities.
It is integral that all citizens of a republic feel security and safety in their lives.
Matthew Mulligan reflects on the significance of last week’s right to water rally.
We need a new politics, not a new set of parties.
The Irish student movement has come a long way since December 2010, when the USI leadership first called for the renegotiation of the Croke Park deal.