Trinity College alumni and friends gathered together over the weekend to celebrate the College’s 140th anniversary.
The dinner was held at the Melbourne Museum and was a spectacular success, with 600 guests in attendance from a variety of eras ranging from 1936, to current residential students.
The night was hosted by Trinity alumna, Nym Kim (TC 1988), and included performances by the Choir of Trinity College and the Trinity Tiger Tones; both groups were received with much enthusiasm.
The Warden of Trinity College, Associate Professor Andrew McGowan, spoke about the vision of the College in the coming years. The toast to the College was given by President of the Union of the Fleur-de-Lys, Margot Foster (TC 1976).
The night also saw the launch of Speaking Frankly, a book written by Trinity alumna, Dawn Leicester (TC 1979), about the life of our beloved Frank Henagan.
The night was a great success and provided a wonderful opportunity for the whole community to come together.
View the photos from the 140th Anniversary Dinner