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News & Stories

There's always something happening at Trinity College - stay up-to-date with our latest news and stories.

Also keep an eye on our events for current students, staff, alumni & friends of Trinity College and the general public.

15 Jun 2015

Rare Dialectic Society medal comes back to Trinity

A very rare medal awarded as a prize to one of the College's earliest students has been found in a country antiquarian bookstore and acquired for the Archival collections.

12 May 2015

Guide Dog on Campus

Resident tutor Holly Cao (3rd year Law) and her boyfriend Jian Li are raising a guide dog on College campus this year.

06 May 2015

Dean’s Dinner

On Friday 17 April, the annual Dean’s Dinner was well attended by students and parents in the Dining Hall.

15 Apr 2015

Inter-Collegiate Queer Council workshop

A recent workshop for students from various crescent colleges started a conversation on gender and sexual diversity.

02 Apr 2015

Row for Rudi Oars

In remembrance of Rudi van Breda, who rowed for Trinity, members of the Trinity College Boat Club will complete a 24-hour ‘ergathon’ to raise money for the club.

01 Apr 2015

UN youth scholarship

Residential student Rona Glynn-McDonald has won a national scholarship to attend a UN Forum in New York City.

25 Mar 2015

AGL Shaw Postgraduate Scholarship To Oxford

University of Melbourne graduate and Trinity alumnus, Robert Tilleard (TC 2005), is the recipient of the 2015 AGL Shaw scholarship.

24 Feb 2015

Trinity welcomes new Freshers

We welcome 117 new resident students, both undergraduate and postgraduate, to the Trinity College family.

29 Jan 2015

DEEPLY SADDENING NEWS

The Trinity community is greatly saddened to hear of the passing of Rudi van Breda (2011) and his parents, victims of a home invasion attack in South Africa on 27 January.

14 Jan 2015

Writer-in-Residence gifts Trinity a collection of poems

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 awarded $5,000 and the opportunity to stay as a Writer-in-Residence at Trinity.

17 Dec 2014

From Trinity College to Antarctica’s Trinity Peninsula

Residential student Tyson Holloway Clarke (2nd year Arts) is taking part in ‘Outback to Icecap’, the world’s first Indigenous expedition in Antarctica.

05 Dec 2014

Trinity alumnus Geoffrey Nettle (TC 1974) appointed to the High Court.

The prominent judicial figure will replace Susan Crennan as justice of High Court, who will leave the High Court in February.

20 Nov 2014

Student wins mathematics scholarship

Second year Bachelor of Science student Bohao Yao (TC 2013) has been awarded an Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) Vacation Research Scholarship.

18 Oct 2014

Deeply saddening news

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 College at the University of Melbourne.

17 Oct 2014

40 years of co-residency

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 of College life and what has been achieved. Read her celebratory toast here.

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