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30 Apr 2021

Student reflection: dealing with anorexia and learning to put wellbeing first

To round out Trinity’s Wellbeing Week, student Eddie Jackson shares a personal tale of experiencing anorexia, and how looking after her wellbeing through...

27 Apr 2021

Debunking myths about wellbeing: our student panel speaks up

A panel of students from Trinity’s Wellbeing Committee debunk two of the most common myths that often surface when the topic of wellbeing comes up.

26 Apr 2021

What’s wellbeing all about and why is it important? Student panel discussion

To coincide with Trinity’s Wellbeing Week (26–30 April), student Eddie Jackson sits down with some members of our Wellbeing Committee in a panel-style...

21 Apr 2021

What does Earth Day mean for us and our planet?

In line with the celebration of Earth Day on 22 April, Lexie Sarstedt, one of Trinity’s 2021 Sustainability Interns, reflects on what Earth Day means for her...

12 Feb 2021

A Trinity love story for Valentine's Day

To celebrate Valentine’s Day, we share the love story of former Trinity students Isabelle (TC 2014) and George (TC 2016) McPharlin, who met at Trinity...

08 Dec 2020

2020 student reflection – Residential College

Residential College student Kevin Chen reflects on the challenges and opportunities presented in 2020.

01 Dec 2020

How following the fun paid off for Matt Blair

Matthew Blair decided to apply for Trinity College in his final year of high school, mostly because it sounded ‘fun’. He subsequently found himself having...

05 Nov 2020

Why Henry Adamson steered away from a finance career and found a job in Kenya

Henry Adamson had expected to follow in his father’s footsteps until a detour at university opened his eyes to the greater good.

30 Oct 2020

You can still do what you love while studying at university, just ask Nick

Nick Bernardo shares how he managed to keep pursuing his sports and musical interests while also exploring the best career for him.

26 Oct 2020

Student Q&A: Sophia Gawan-Taylor

Sophia Gawan-Taylor shares some of her most interesting childhood memories and tells of her love of science, art and houseplants.

19 Oct 2020

Introducing our new Senior Student Oscar Hollands

We are pleased to welcome Oscar to the Senior Student role as we look ahead to 2021, and Oscar looks forward to reuniting the Trinity community on campus...

16 Oct 2020

Claudia Trotter: A way with words

Claudia Trotter always loved English and literature, and now the former Lauriston student is on the path to becoming a professional writer and editor. She...

14 Oct 2020

Student Q&A: Emilia Doohan

Emilia Doohan tells of her childhood dream to study aeronautical engineering and become a pilot, and her subsequent decision to study design.

09 Oct 2020

Student Q&A: Alex Ferguson

Alex Ferguson has never been one to sit still – from music to languages to design to politics, he’s got a hand in many fields. And from his point of view...

02 Oct 2020

Student Q&A: Millicent Hockey

For Millie Hockey, a good education means everything. Here she explains why she has decided to pursue a career in teaching, and how living at Trinity has...

28 Sep 2020

How college life exceeded Imogen Smith-Waters’ expectations

Living at Trinity College provides students opportunities to get involved in many things, including sport, tutorials, music, social events, volunteering, and...

22 Sep 2020

Student Q&A: Finn Blake

As an AFL fan growing up in Queensland, Finn Blake realised Victoria was the place to be. And a fortuitous meeting in his hometown of Noosa set the wheels in...

10 Sep 2020

Student Q&A: Izzy Hollingdale

Originally from Perth, Izzy Hollingdale writes her heartfelt songs primarily on piano, and with the help of local Bunbury producer James Newhouse, she has...

04 Sep 2020

Student Q&A: Megara Thompson

Having been born prematurely, Meg Thompson has been a fighter since the moment she entered the world. Here she talks about staying strong in the face of...

25 Aug 2020

Student Q&A: Hugo Hart

As the first of a series of student Q&As, we share the story of first-year student Hugo Hart, who speaks openly about his struggles with bullying and his...

14 Aug 2020

Phyl Georgiou: what is one of the world's most promising future leaders doing now?

Phyl Georgiou (TC 2003) is an entrepreneur who has turned his attention to sustainable investing.

05 Aug 2020

Should you live on campus at university?

If you’re planning to start university next year – this is what you need to know about living on campus. Or not…

04 Aug 2020

Kahlee Stanislaus’s inspiring journey from Darwin to Melbourne (and back again)

Moving away from her life and family in the Northern Territory was a huge step for Kahlee Stanislaus. Now that she's back in Darwin, does she think it was...

03 Aug 2020

Charlie Baylis talks about finding his tribe and his confidence at college

Former Geelong Grammar student Charlie Baylis tells of his transition to life at college at the University of Melbourne and beyond.

21 Jul 2020

Tessa Moon: proof that a career path need not be straight

Tessa Moon faced a common conundrum when deciding what to study post-high school. Should she choose a degree based on her grades, or her interests? Should...

03 Jul 2020

What is a residential college?

In the United States, ‘college’ is synonymous with university. In Australia, the term ‘college’ isn’t as well known, but living at a residential college – or...

02 Jul 2020

How this Brissie boy’s school experience helped him build a life in Melbourne

Vaughan Marega was keen to push his comfort zone, build his network and make new friends, and an interstate move made it all possible.

12 Jun 2020

The Sydney-schooled go-getter who found her groove in Melbourne

Alum Grace Clarke shares her journey from Sydney high school, Ascham, to Trinity College and the University of Melbourne, and onward into a career with...

10 Jun 2020

Student perspective: What’s it like ‘living’ at Trinity from afar?

Residential College student Annabelle Stevens tells us what it’s like being a socially distanced member of the Trinity community … all the way from Sydney.

18 May 2020

This Trinity College crew once appeared on Australia’s Got Talent … and made it to the semis

Brian McFadden dubbed them the ‘singing nerds from Melbourne’. But how did these ‘nerds’ get their start, and how have they stayed strong for nearly 15 years?

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