3 TRINITY TODAY WARDEN’S MESSAGE OUR COVER: Marion Wilson singing in the Choir of Trinity College Planning for future successes As 2018 draws to a close, I have been reflecting on another exceptional year at Trinity. We’ve been working hard to reshape the College in a way that secures our long-term success for future generations to enjoy, while remaining dedicated to our history and the strong foundations of Trinity College. Some of our current strategic projects, which you can read about on the following pages, include expansion of the Residential College, further development of our Indigenous programs, growing our scholarship offering, and positioning ourselves as leaders in theological research. We’ve also demonstrated our commitment to the safety and wellbeing of our students by commissioning an independent review of the Residential College culture. In this way, we can be sure our community is one that lets people grow and flourish as we collectively strive to create a better world. I look forward to working with the leadership team, including our new members (see pages 8 & 9), as these projects continue in 2019, and bid a warm farewell to Campbell Bairstow and Denise Bush, to whom I am exceptionally grateful for their contributions to the College. Finally, you may notice Trinity Today has a new look, which forms part of our efforts to refine and refresh the Trinity brand. We welcome your feedback on the design and any of the topics and projects covered in the magazine, so please don’t hesitate to email us your thoughts. Professor Ken Hinchcliff Warden and CEO College news  4 Senior Students 7 Staff appointments 8 The campus 17 Armistice Day 22 Through the generations 24 My Trinity Connect 26 Thanking our donors 28 Cordner Oration 31 Foundation Studies alumni 32 Fleur-de-Lys 34 Alum of the Year 35 Alumni profiles 36 Expert word 38 Honours & alumni galleries 39 Obituaries 44 Crossword 46 Annual giving 2018 47