Feelings Versus Freedom: The New Censorship

In response to the comments raised by...
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The Amnesty International Case and the Irish Media Duplicity

Amnesty International has said it will...
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Book Review: A Conflict of Visions

“It would be good to be able to say...
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Part II: One Country, Two Works of Art, and the Great Chasm between them

After his visit to Mexico, James...
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The Case for the Opt-Out Option

Donnchadh Curran argues that while...
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One Country, Two Works of Art, and the Great Chasm between them

After his visit to Mexico, James...
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A Fresh Farce from the Trinity Administration

Earlier today an email was circulated...
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The Forgotten Refugees

He watched his children drown; his...
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Israel, an Irrational Hatred.

The last number of years have seen the...
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We deserve a better CSC

Several weeks ago, the Central...
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Feelings Versus Freedom: The New Censorship

In response to the comments raised by the Minister for the Diaspora and International Development regarding John Waters' speech at the University of Notre Dame, Hugh Treacy takes to task the ever-increasing "feelings based" censorship. John Waters has been through...

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Book Review: A Conflict of Visions

“It would be good to be able to say that we should dispense with visions entirely, and deal only with reality. But that may be the most utopian vision of all. Reality is far too complex to be comprehended by any given mind.”  - Thomas Sowell A Conflict of Visions,...

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The Case for the Opt-Out Option

Donnchadh Curran argues that while leaving the Students' Union may not be necessarily a good thing, students should still have the chance to do so. A petition has been launched in Trinity, as many reading this will be aware, for a referendum which would enable...

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