News

27 Apr 2018

Culture and flexibility: Why Bigger Isn’t Always Better

Trinity alumni David Clark (TC 2003) and Campbell Cooke (TC 2012) both worked for large international companies, but turned them down to work at Cameron...

Category: People

28 Mar 2018

Richard Finch: Loving what you do key to longevity

Richard Finch has been a History of Ideas Lecturer for 21 years in the Foundation Studies program, that’s longer than his students have been alive! The...

Category: People

28 Mar 2018

Kiran Purba – Trinity Hustler Makes His Mark at Uber

Arriving early for the interview, I pass Kiran Purba (TCFS 2004 March Accelerated) heading to work. He smiles and nods without realising he is about to...

Category: People

27 Mar 2018

Dr Julia Low (TCFS 2007): A taste for discovery

Dr Julia Low (TCFS 2007), began her doctoral studies not knowing there were six recognised tastes, only a few years later, she was part of a research team at...

Category: People

27 Mar 2018

Cricketers break finals hoodoo

Trinity's cricket team has broken their finals hoodoo winning the cricket after finishing runners-up for the past several years. First XI men’s...

26 Mar 2018

Trinity’s Sustainable Vision for the Future

The Environment and Sustainability Committee at Trinity College aims to improve the College's ecological footprint and promote the importance of...

Category: Supporting

16 Mar 2018

Lara Nicholls (TC 1986) to host Lorne Sculpture Biennale 17 March - 2 April 2018

Curator of 19th century Australian Art at the National Gallery of Australia and Trinity alumna, Lara Nicholls (TC 1986), is the curator for this...

Category: People

14 Mar 2018

Informal Mentoring: A Guide for Mentees

Informal mentoring is a flexible form of mentoring, with the mentor and mentee determining the purpose, duration and goals of the relationship themselves...

Category: Supporting

14 Mar 2018

The Golden ‘Do Nots’ of Application Writing

Although the new academic year has only just started, many of the deadlines for vacationer and graduate positions are already looming. Here are our best tips...

Category: Supporting

13 Mar 2018

Trinity Tiger Tones Bring Joy to Glenferrie Festival and beyondblue

On Sunday 4 March, the Trinity Tiger Tones performed at the Glenferrie Festival on behalf of beyondblue, donating a massive $10,000 to support the charity...

Category: People

13 Mar 2018

Fair Dinkum Bigger and Better than Ever

On Wednesday 7 March, Trinity College Foundation Studies (TCFS) hosted their biannual Fair Dinkum Clubs and Activities expo, its largest to date.
 

Category: Foundation Studies

09 Mar 2018

World's Finest the 'Kings Singers' Visit Trinity

On Tuesday 6 March 2018, we welcomed to the Chapel the internationally-renowned vocal ensemble the King’s Singers, who were touring Australia as...

Category: Supporting

08 Mar 2018

Trinity Celebrates International Women's Day

On Thursday 8 March, Trinity celebrated International Women’s Day with a breakfast attended by over 180 students, alumni and staff in the College...

Category: People

27 Feb 2018

Trinity's Gardens Continue to Bloom

When students, parents, staff and other visitors first step on to the grounds at Trinity, one of the first observations they’re likely to make is about...

Category: People

27 Feb 2018

Q & A with Philippa Duffy

Philippa Duffy (TC 2004) is a former Senior Student, Board member and helped establish planitgreen, Trinity’s sustainability program. She has lived...

Category: People

20 Feb 2018

Trinity Choir Announces European Tour Dates

The dates for this year’s Trinity Choir tour to Europe have been announced. The Choir would be delighted to see alumni and college members at any of...

Category: Chapel

19 Feb 2018

Kay Goldsworthy Installed As Archbishop of Perth

On Saturday, 10 February 2018, the Rt Revd Goldsworthy (TC 1981) was installed as the 8th Archbishop of Perth. 
 

Category: People

15 Feb 2018

Generous Alumnus Donates Tyndale Bible

Andrew Farran (TC 1957) has generously donated a copy of a William Tyndale Bible to Trinity College.
 
 

Category: Supporting

14 Feb 2018

Not Another Hong Kong Banker

Hong Kong is a well-known financial hub with many of our alumni living and working in this cosmopolitan city. However, there are also many Trinity alumni...

Category: Foundation Studies

14 Feb 2018

Caryn Ng- An Unexpected Journey

My name is Caryn Ng and I am from the 2003 February program at Trinity. I went on to study law and media and communications at the University of Melbourne...

Category: Foundation Studies

08 Feb 2018

Three alumni awarded Australia Day Honours 2018

Congratulations to the following three alumni who were recognised for their service to medicine and the law with Australia Day Honours in 2018.

Category: People

29 Jan 2018

Trinity Appoints New Postdoctoral Fellow

Dr Scott Kirkland has been appointed as inaugural Postdoctoral Fellow for the Trinity College Theological School commencing in February 2018.
 

Category: People

22 Jan 2018

Q&A with Sabina Read

Sabina Read née Bradfield (TC 1989) is a psychologist, media commentator, speaker and facilitator who works with individuals...

Category: People

30 Nov 2017

Bishop James Grant to retire – November 2017

It is rare to find a person that embodies an institution, but for many, Bishop James Grant (TC 1950), is synonymous with what it means to live, study or work...

Category: People

29 Nov 2017

Chapel Centenary Sermon

Last Saturday 25 November, over 250 guests gathered for a Choral Eucharist to celebrate the centenary of the Chapel. Among them, Bishop James Grant AM (TC...

Category: Chapel

28 Nov 2017

Former Trinity Warden appointed Head of St Paul’s College, the University of Sydney

Dr Don Markwell has been appointed the 11th Warden of St Paul's College, the University of Sydney. Dr Markwell was the 6th Warden of Trinity, serving from...

Category: People

27 Nov 2017

Drama Studies: A uniquely Trinity story

‘There’s over 63 cultures [countries] that have come through the Foundation Studies program, and they’ve all done drama. It’s a regular United Nations; I...

Category: Foundation Studies

24 Nov 2017

Star Trinity athletes awarded Full Blues

On Friday 17 November, residential students Isabelle Napier and Joseph Baldwin were presented with Full Blues after both athletes won gold at the Australian...

Category: People

17 Nov 2017

Kay Attali – The ‘bloodhound’ with a big heart

‘Bloodhound’ is rarely employed as a term of endearment, but when the late Peter Gebhardt (TC 1955) used it to depict Kay Attali, he meant it as such. This...

Category: People

14 Nov 2017

FS Buddy Program 2017

The third edition of the FS Buddy Program hosted by the Student Welfare Office was a huge success.

Category: Foundation Studies

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