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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...

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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...

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05 Mar 2020

Now showing: Balnhdhurr – A Lasting Impression

Old stories; new approach – Trinity College showcases an evolution of Aboriginal art in its latest exhibition.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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...

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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?

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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...

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25 Oct 2019

Ken Hinchcliff Reappointed as Warden

The President of the Trinity College Council, Archbishop Philip Freier, is pleased to announce the Council’s unanimous decision to reappoint Professor Ken...

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16 Aug 2019

Reflecting on Garma

A group of Trinity staff and students travelled to the Northern Territory earlier this month for the Garma festival. Here, student Phoebe Ulrick shares her...

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18 Jul 2019

Trinity exhibition profiled in national news

Our latest art exhibition is in the spotlight. And it's free for you to see.

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06 Jun 2019

Treasured Arnhem Land bark paintings now exhibiting at Trinity

A highly significant exhibition opened last Thursday in the Burke Gallery on Trinity’s main campus to coincide with National Reconciliation Week.

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16 May 2019

Our expanded scholarship program will transform lives

Trinity College is leading the way in enabling access to higher education through a significantly expanded scholarship program.

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02 May 2019

Announcing our new second campus: major infrastructure project approved

Trinity College has just committed to one of the largest infrastructure projects in the College’s history as we deliver on our promise to create a second...

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Trinity College new campus Elizabeth Street Melbourne
12 May 2016

Applications now open

AGL Shaw Postgraduate Scholarship to Oxford

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19 Apr 2016

Evan Burge building turns 20

A glance back at the construction of a key College landmark, named after Trinity’s fifth Warden, the Revd Dr Evan Burge.

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14 Apr 2016

Trinity cleans up

75 Trinity students and staff from Residential College and Foundation Studies took part in Clean Up Australia Day on 12 March.

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15 Mar 2016

Choir to Sing Handel’s Messiah

On 9 April, the College Choir will perform at the Melbourne Recital Centre.

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16 Nov 2015

Past PM Kevin Rudd offers food for thought in the College Hall

The Hon Kevin Rudd visited the College on Tuesday 10 November to deliver the 2015 Dr Rowan Williams Lecture, in a series run by Colleges & Universities of...

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13 Nov 2015

Trinity loans art to key exhibition

The Australian Club recently opened its latest art exhibition, a portrait exhibition titled ‘Surgeons, Academics and Lawyers’, to which the College has lent...

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21 Sep 2015

Shakespeare on loan

Trinity is loaning its copy of the very rare and valuable Second Folio of William Shakespeare's Works to the University of Melbourne for a presentation in...

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17 Sep 2015

Installation of the 8th Warden

The installation of the 8th Warden of Trinity College, Professor Ken Hinchcliff, on Friday 11 September was a splendid affair.

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17 Jul 2015

New portraits in Hall

If you've seen the College's well-known collection of portraits in the Dining Hall in recent years, you're in for a pleasant surprise next time you visit.

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01 May 2015

Announcement of new Warden

I am delighted to report that the Trinity College Council has approved the recommendation of the Board that Professor Ken Hinchcliff be appointed as the...

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24 Apr 2015

New sculpture in Summerhouse gardens

At the Dean’s Dinner on Friday 17 April, the College unveiled the latest acquisition to its art collections.

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29 Mar 2015

Celebrating 25 years of Foundation Studies

After humble beginnings, the Trinity College Foundation Studies program (TCFS) is now internationally acclaimed for providing the best bridging year for...

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29 Mar 2015

Milestone to the Gateway

In January, Trinity was delighted to welcome the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Melbourne, Professor Glyn Davis, to have the honour of turning the...

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29 Mar 2015

Remembering the ANZACs

This year marks the centenary of Trinity College’s first losses during the First World War and, on a larger stage, the failed Allied campaign to take the...

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29 Mar 2015

Taking it all the way to Geneva

Last year JD student Natasha Robbins (TC 2010) travelled to Switzerland where she engaged in top-level debates about everything from prisoners of war to...

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