Congratulations to the members of the Trinity College community who were recognised with King’s Birthday Honours in 2023.
There's always something happening at Trinity College.
Well done to the members of the Trinity College community who were recognised with Queen's birthday honours in 2021.
Annual NAIDOC Week events celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and this year's theme, Always Was, Always Will Be, recognises Australia's First Nations peoples as the original custodians of our land.
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-Indigenous populations in Australia.
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 in the fight for a greener and more sustainable world. So Trinity is well and truly in on the action.
Old stories; new approach – Trinity College showcases an evolution of Aboriginal art in its latest exhibition.
Join us on 6 March for an insightful panel discussion about Indigenous women in leadership.
On Friday 7 February we officially unveiled our new residential building on Trinity's main campus.
We're always happy to see some familiar names pop up on the Australia Day honours list.
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 … but not without interesting history. We look back on the site that’s now home to our new residential building to see what lay before it.
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?
Our exhibition by Archibald Prize winner and one of Australia’s leading contemporary portraiture artists, Nicholas Harding, is in its final weeks at Trinity College. This is an exhibition you don't want to miss.
The President of the Trinity College Council, Archbishop Philip Freier, is pleased to announce the Council’s unanimous decision to reappoint Professor Ken Hinchcliff as Warden of Trinity College for a further five years.