At first the debate over unification may seem too abstract to be of any real concern to students. This is far from the case. Irish unification relates to a number of student issues including fees, student debt and Erasmus. As a student from Northern Ireland I am only too aware of my stake in […]
Fiachra MacCanna – Yes “When we split the year in half, we are examined on what has just been covered in the last semester, and, thus,study rotas are easier to manage, and stress is somewhat relieved” When exams seem so far away they may as well not be there at all, it is all too […]
I am woman. I am feminist. I am pro-life. To many my identities are contradictory but I have come to hold my pro-life views following much careful contemplation. I have looked to both sides of the debate, and this is my view from where I stand. I sit in the midst of black REPEAL […]
I arrive at front gate in the morning. The route I take to the Hamilton depends on how I look that day. If it’s a good day I’ll barrel down past the Arts Building and the Berkeley. If I’m feeling worse about myself, I’m inclined to wind down by the GMB or the Museum Building. […]
Conor Scully argues that the pro-business, pro-growth attitude pushed by Fine Gael leaves out students and workers and furthers inequality
Speaking with students from outside Ireland about their time studying in College, we can identify the areas the administration needs to improve upon
Miriam Guiney reflects on the benefits and disadvantages of dropping out of college and filling out the CAO twice.
Cycling in Dublin is grim, but less grim than the alternatives
Naoise Dolan outlines some insights on life for the Roma in Ireland.
Naoise Dolan discusses state and church complicity in the Tuam infant burial scandal.