Sport

Doping of a different kind

Rory O’Neill explores how the emergence of mega-rich owners has forever altered football’s financial landscape

Arsene Wenger described the economic imbalance in European football as “financial doping”. This imbalance operates on a number of levels. There is and has been for a considerable time, a top tier of European clubs with financial spending power that

Comment

We need to be mature about commercialisation

The commercialisation of our universities has many facets, and we should not treat it as a unitary phenomenon

Recent years have seen growing concern over the “commercialisation” of universities. For many, the integrity of universities is threatened by a slavish devotion to corporate interests and a toxic logic of rationalisation which knows the price of everything and the

Comment, Editorial

Students must show solidarity with Trade Unions

Faced with the growing commercialisation of College, students have no choice but to support industrial action

DONT USEE

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

Comment

The commercialisation of art

Stacey Wrenn argues that increased privatisation of art allows ultra-wealthy individuals and corporations to dictate the art world, reaping great financial rewards in the process

COMMENT

“A businessperson very rarely invests in something that will not benefit them directly”

Art has been of consistent importance to all civilisations since man first picked up one object and rubbed it against the surface of another. It helps people …

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