2 TRINITY TODAY DIRECTORY SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS FOR A CHANCE TO WIN Email your feedback about our new-look Trinity Today by 1 February 2019 to tt@trinity.unimelb.edu.au and go in the draw to win a $100 Myer voucher (drawn 8 February 2019). Write to us at: Marketing, Communications and Events Trinity College 100 Royal Parade Parkville VIC 3052 Stay up-to-date with Trinity College news at trinity.unimelb.edu.au MANAGING EDITOR Emily McAuliffe Communications Manager, Trinity College EDITOR Simon Mann Mediaxpress DESIGNER Bill Farr Mediaxpress CONTRIBUTORS Dr Peter Campbell Theological School Registrar, Trinity College Ruby Crysell (née Ponsford) (TC 1981) Engagement and Alumni Relations Manager, Trinity College  Michelle Fincke Freelance Writer Tim Flicker Careers and Alumni Coordinator, Trinity College Tom Grills (TC 2017) 2018-19 Senior Student, Trinity College The Honourable David Harper AM (TC 1963) President of the Union of the Fleur-de-Lys Professor Ken Hinchcliff (TC 1976) Warden and CEO, Trinity College Tim Lane Sports Journalist Sarah Lawrie Director of Marketing, Communications and Events, Trinity College Dr Michelle H Lim (TCFS 1996) Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology, Swinburne University Claire Shearwood Marketing Assistant, Trinity College Rosemary Sheludko Freelance Writer Dr Benjamin Thomas Rusden Curator, Cultural Collections, Trinity College Ted Wyles (TC 2016) 2017-18 Senior Student, Trinity College PHOTOGRAPHY Latitude Architects; Trinity College Cultural Collections; Nicola Dracoulis; Kit Haselden; Emily McAuliffe; Steve McKenzie; Cole Bennetts; Trinity College student photographers; supplied imagery from staff, students, alumni and friends of the college. Information in this magazine was understood to be correct at the time of printing. Views expressed in Trinity Today do not necessarily reflect the views of Trinity College. We acknowledge and pay respect to the people of the Kulin Nation, the Traditional Owners of the land upon which our college is situated. We pay our respects to all the Elders of Indigenous students who call Trinity home. We also acknowledge all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stakeholders and members of the Trinity College community, the University of Melbourne and the wider world. Trinity Today is printed on HannoArt Plus, which is manufactured using low environmental impact FSC certified pulps in a facility that is ISO 14001 Environmental Management System accredited. THE SOUND OF HEAVEN The Choir of Trinity College tours Europe and the UK again. 14 TOGETHER WE STAND Putting Indigenous education on the right side of the tracks. 10 TAKING THE LEAD How does gender balance apply to the church? 20