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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.

30 Jul 2020

Some friendships last a day, some a semester, and some a lifetime

To celebrate World Friendship Day, alum Stephanus Hieronymus shares how Trinity helped him build long-lasting friendships, and even find his future wife.

Category: People

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...

10 Jul 2020

Getting the full Australian experience: Dennis Qian tells of his move from FS to RC

After completing Foundation Studies in 2016, Dennis Qian moved into Trinity’s Residential College while studying at the University of Melbourne, and couldn’t...

Category: Foundation Studies

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.

15 Jun 2020

How a chance encounter set this theology student on a new path

Molly Swee shares how sitting down for an unscheduled ‘cuppa’ with the Dean of our Theological School led to master’s coursework and an enriched life.

Category: Theological School

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...

11 Jun 2020

Queen's birthday honours 2020 for Trinity community

We were pleased to see the following members of the Trinity community recognised on the Australian Honours List this week.

Category: People

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.

09 Jun 2020

Why the Old Testament is as relevant as ever to the modern world

Our Theological School’s Bromby Senior Lecturer in Old Testament, Dr Rachelle Gilmour, explains how the Old Testament draws parallels to this new world we...

Category: Theological School

02 Jun 2020

Memories of Mabo: How a Trinity alum became involved in a nation-defining legal case

Alumnus Dr Bryan Keon-Cohen AM QC is recognised as a legal expert when it comes to native title claims. We find out how he came to be involved in the...

Category: People

22 May 2020

Student perspective: Why study a Bachelor of Theology (and why non-Christians should consider it too)

Third-year Bachelor of Theology student Jack Lindsay gives us insight into what theological study entails, and how some of life’s biggest questions can be...

Category: Theological School

19 May 2020

How do you teach drama virtually? A teacher explains how.

Last week we shared the story of how our drama program came into being; this week we share how it’s been adapted to the online learning environment. No easy...

Category: Foundation Studies

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?

15 May 2020

Getting to know the stranger: what theology can teach us

One of the lecturers in our Theological School, Dr Scott Kirkland, shares his thoughts on why theology is about refusing mastery of the world, and what...

Category: Theological School

14 May 2020

Why we need to step up our ethical game if we want a brighter future post COVID-19

Resident student Edwina Jackson provides a recap of this week's Fireside Chat with Associate Professor Ben Neville, and gives us insight into how both...

08 May 2020

This great Trinity tradition won't go ahead this year...

Tomorrow was supposed to be the running of the 'Juttoddie' – one of Trinity's oldest and most beloved traditions. While it won't go ahead this year, we will...

06 May 2020

How this social change agent is influencing politics through research

In times like these, we’re reminded to look at the big picture. That’s what our alum Dr Sabrina Anjara has been doing her whole career.

Category: Foundation Studies

30 Apr 2020

Inside the Emoji Project: How our students aim to connect us in this time of disconnection

Using their time in isolation inventively, five Trinitarians apply the ‘picture says a thousand words’ concept to develop emojis that could help connect us all.

27 Apr 2020

Keeping the spirit alive: how does college life work in lockdown?

Trinity student Jasper Garner gives us the inside scoop on what’s happening at Trinity College and how our students are staying connected both on and off...

24 Apr 2020

Lest we forget those who serve and have served – even if, like Kate, it’s not in the way you think

To recognise those who are serving in our defence forces, and in honour of those who have done so in the past, we share the story of the Reverend Kate Lord...

Category: Theological School

22 Apr 2020

Was COVID-19 made in a lab? Is a vaccine coming? A world virus expert helps separate fact from fiction

Even in lockdown, Trinity College students are still enjoying our regular ‘fireside chats’ (although it’s BYO fire at the moment) with leading professionals...

20 Apr 2020

How artificial intelligence can help save the planet

Amid all the COVID-19 craziness, the sustainability of our planet is still important and shouldn’t be forgotten. We share the story of one of our alumni who...

Category: People

15 Apr 2020

An inspiring journey from Alice Springs to Melbourne Law School

While the world is focused on COVID-19, educational challenges still remain, and will continue, for many Australians, particularly those in remote areas...

Category: People

09 Apr 2020

Community, collaboration and lockdown: Q&A with Senior Student Morgan Galea

Each year Trinity appoints a Senior Student to act as a representative of our residential student body. Here, this year's Senior Student, Morgan Galea, gives...

07 Apr 2020

The show won’t go on … but here’s why our cancelled musical is still worthy of reflection

It's with great regret that we've had to announce the cancellation of Trinity's 2020 musical 'Once on this Island', particularly given the show's storyline...

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