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30 Mar 2020

Loneliness – what it is and how to deal with it

Given the latest social distancing measures put into place by the government, loneliness – and how to avoid it – is something we need to seriously consider...

Category: People

27 Mar 2020

Why multifaith dialogue is now as important as ever

With the outbreak of COVID-19, the world population is being asked to band together as a global community. During this time, the Dean of the Theological...

Category: Theological School

19 Mar 2020

On Close the Gap Day, we consider our role in bridging Australia’s equality gap

Today is National Close the Gap Day, an important day that encourages us to examine the disparity in health and life expectancy between Indigenous and non...

Category: About

18 Mar 2020

Do you know what Trinity recycles?

With its power to help conserve natural resources, curb CO2 emissions, and reduce the amount of waste ending up in landfill, recycling plays a crucial role...

Category: About

16 Mar 2020

How our first female student started a long family tradition

Yesterday, 15 March, would have been Lilian Alexander’s birthday, the first female student at Trinity. Born in 1861, Lilian came to Trinity as a non...

Category: People

10 Mar 2020

Introducing our visiting scholar: Professor Ulrike Link-Wieczorek

The Trinity College Theological School is pleased to have Professor Ulrike Link-Wieczorek from the University of Oldenburg visiting for the next 10 days to...

Category: Theological School

28 Feb 2020

50 years on: honouring the Trinity alumni behind the launch of the first Australian-built satellite

In 1970, NASA launched an Australian-built satellite into space for the first time, much to the delight of the University of Melbourne – and Trinity College...

Category: People

27 Feb 2020

How to make the most of your 2020

What does your plan look like for 2020? Have you set any goals to make the most of this academic year?

Category: Learning

Shri Ram College of Commerce
25 Feb 2020

Want to take a squiz inside our new building?

Take a tour of our swish new residential building with the director of Hayball architecture firm, Sarah Buckeridge.

24 Feb 2020

Opinion: Was St Paul a chauvinist ... or is there more to the story?

In his latest article for the Melbourne Anglican, our Director of the Ministry Education Centre at Trinity College, the Revd Dr Fergus King, calls for a...

Category: Chapel

17 Feb 2020

International Women’s Day: the women inspiring Indigenous leadership

Join us on 6 March for an insightful panel discussion about Indigenous women in leadership.

Category: About

14 Feb 2020

Independent church finding its own way – with difficulty, Quo Vadis

Ahead of his Sharwood Lecture in Church Law at Trinity on 4 March, the Revd Dr Bruce Kaye AM gets us thinking about the reawakening of the character and...

Category: Chapel

12 Feb 2020

Spotlight on David Tan and our new visual arts room

We're pleased to announce that the visual arts studio in our new residential building has been named after Trinity alum, Professor David Tan, who has a sharp...

Category: People

10 Feb 2020

And the winner is … announcing our 2020 Alum of the Year

At just 23 years old, Rona Glynn-McDonald is a leading voice in Australian society, drawing attention to First Nations peoples and the importance of sharing...

Category: People

10 Feb 2020

It's official – Trinity's new residential building is open!

On Friday 7 February we officially unveiled our new residential building on Trinity's main campus.

Category: About

05 Feb 2020

Dr Chris Porter: a man of many talents

From building motorcars to craft brewing, becoming ordained and completing a PhD, our Theological School's newest post-doc research fellow, Dr Chris, boasts...

Category: Chapel

Dr Chris Porter
03 Feb 2020

She came from away

As the smash-hit musical Come From Away enters its final weeks in Melbourne, we share the story of one of our 2019 Foundation Studies students, who comes...

Category: People

30 Jan 2020

When our choir leads to big things

As our choir tours North America, we share the story of one of our former choristers, Shoumendu Schornikow (TC 2007), whose performance experience at Trinity...

Category: People

28 Jan 2020

Australia Day honours for Trinity alumni

We're always happy to see some familiar names pop up on the Australia Day honours list.

Category: About

21 Jan 2020

Trinity choir on the road again … in North America!

The Choir of Trinity College is once again spreading its musical wings, kicking off a tour of the USA and Canada next week.

Category: Chapel

20 Jan 2020

Remembering the Laundry Yard

For the best part of the last 150 years, the north-eastern corner of Trinity’s main campus has housed an assortment of the College’s more pragmatic buildings...

Category: About

16 Jan 2020

Trinity College: how did it all begin?

We’re about to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the laying of our foundation stone – but do you know how Trinity College came about in the first place?

Category: About

14 Jan 2020

Inaugural John and Jeanne Stockdale Chair appointed

Dr Scott A. Kirkland has been appointed to the John and Jeanne Stockdale Chair (Stockdale Chair) in Practical Theology and Ethics at Trinity College’s...

Category: Theological School

Scott Kirkland
09 Jan 2020

Students set for India trip

A group of our students are preparing to jet off to India this week as part of Trinity's annual volunteering trip. Below we share Trinity's close...

18 Dec 2019

The transformative power of scholarships – meet the Alameins

When brothers Ali, Mohammad and Hussain Alamein fled Iraq as children in the 1990s, they couldn’t have imagined the success they would find thanks to a...

13 Dec 2019

Ruby Smith – meet the creative

How a music scholarship helped Ruby Smith find her artistic calling.

Category: People

06 Dec 2019

Dr Adrian Mitchell – meet the doctor

Adrian Mitchell’s time at Trinity may have been more than 50 years ago, but his college experiences will stay with him forever.

Category: People

02 Dec 2019

Morgan Coleman – meet the entrepreneur

Morgan Coleman, founder and CEO of Vets on Call shares how his time at Trinity College opened up a life he never dreamt possible, and how he plans to give...

Category: People

29 Nov 2019

Don't miss out: Nicholas Harding’s 'Be Brutal' exhibition in its final weeks

Our exhibition by Archibald Prize winner and one of Australia’s leading contemporary portraiture artists, Nicholas Harding, is in its final weeks at Trinity...

Category: About

28 Nov 2019

Trinity students recognised at Blues and Sport Awards

We were pleased to see some familiar names on the University of Melbourne's prestigious awards list.

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