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News in Focus: Stopping The Press

Cian Carton looks at the difficulty facing newspaper editors in getting stories to print. Journalists often run a gauntlet in order to break stories. When they are reporting, or making allegations based on fact, there is always a risk that…

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News in Focus: QS Rankings, University Funding and EY

Cian Carton examines how the debates over the QS World Rankings and third level-funding in Ireland and could be a minor sideshow to a different issue.  The release of the latest update of the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World Rankings was…

The USI saga

James Grannell delves into the College Tribune archives in an intrepid exploration of past USI referenda Above: results in UCD for last USI disaffiliation referendum February 1993 and a referendum is being put to the students of UCD asking if…

For Whom the Bell Tolls

Crime can be a horrible experience, medicine an experience never fully understood by many until they themselves have been some form of victim. It has lasting emotional and physical consequences not just for the victim, but the victim’s family and…

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A New European State?

Dawn Lonergan examines the global reaction to Catalonia’s national day Many people may believe that countries wanting to separate from each other are a thing of the past, sovaldi part of the developing world, dangerous and even perhaps, something to…