As the winner of the 2014 inaugural Nakata Brophy Short Fiction and Poetry Prize for Young Indigenous Writers, sponsored by Trinity College, Jessica Hart was...
Residential student Tyson Holloway Clarke (2nd year Arts) is taking part in ‘Outback to Icecap’, the world’s first Indigenous expedition in Antarctica.
The prominent judicial figure will replace Susan Crennan as justice of High Court, who will leave the High Court in February.
Second year Bachelor of Science student Bohao Yao (TC 2013) has been awarded an Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) Vacation Research Scholarship.
The Trinity community is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Joshua Hardy, a Larrakia man from Darwin, and a third-year Arts student at Trinity...
At the College’s recent celebration of 40 years of co-residency, Margot Foster, President of the Union of the Fleur De Lys, reflects on her own experiences...
In September, JD student Natasha Robbins (TC 2010) travelled to Switzerland where she engaged in top-level debates about everything from prisoners of war to...
The VC’s Engagement Awards program recognises the significant engagement and partnership work of staff and students with the wider community.
Congratulations to the newly elected TCAC 2014–15 representatives.
A landslide win over St Hilda’s on Sunday secured Trinity’s first inter-collegiate Grand Final flag in 20 years.
Every student who passes through Trinity has dreamt of leaving their mark on the College in some tangible way.
Following a landslide win over Ormond this week, Trinity secured a place in the inter-collegiate Grand Final – a first for 19 years – on Sunday 31 August.
Some poignant reflections from Anna Traill (TC 2011).
Two alumni and lifelong friends have just made a generous gift in support of the new Gateway building.
Forty years ago, Trinity College – that ‘bastion of masculinity’ as The Age described it in 1973 – welcomed women to share its buildings and bathrooms in an...
Set up in October 2013, the Centre for Advanced Studies provides opportunities for students to develop their intellectual curiosity and engage with the grand...
We caught up with The Revd Dr Peter French, Chair of the American Friends of Trinity committee, who recently paid a visit to the College.
The 4th of August commemorates 100 years since Australia – and by extension Trinity – became involved in World War I.
In July, 13 resident students travelled on a cultural exchange tour to the Northern Territory.
Two current College students received awards at the prestigious 2014 Melbourne Law School Award Ceremony.
Last summer saw the first stage of the refurbishment of the Behan building.
Over the weekend, residential students celebrated Social Justice at Trinity at the 4th Annual Outreach Gala Dinner.
In 2014, Trinity celebrates 40 years of women and men in residency together at the College, and 131 years of co-education.