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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.

10 Feb 2022

Enter Gen Z: a panel discussion with 5 Trinitarians

We put the heavy questions to five Trinity Gen Z-ers to get to know the next generation of leaders rising through the ranks and to find out what they care about.

Category: People

02 Feb 2022

From refugee camp to Bishop: the inspiring story of Jacob Deng Garang Akech

Deng Garang Akech Kuch (later to be known as Jacob) started believing in God because he could see no other way of surviving. Now, he can’t believe how far his faith has taken him.

Category: Theological School

01 Feb 2022

Vet advice: How to help your pet cope with being home alone

Heading back to the office and have to leave your furry friend at home? Veterinarian and Trinity alum Dr Zhan Hong Lee (TCFS 2005) gives some tips on how to help your pet adapt to being at home alone, and signs of anxiety to look out for.

Category: People

31 Jan 2022

How did early Christianity deal with pleasure?

Janette Gray scholarship recipient and PhD student Julia Thwaites shares why she traded a career in visual arts to pursue theological study, and the reason she chose to examine the intersection between pleasure, sin and repression.

Category: Theological School

28 Jan 2022

Australia Day honours 2022

Well done to the members of the Trinity College community who were recognised with Australia Day honours in 2022.

Category: People

25 Jan 2022

Meet Margie Gillespie, our new Fleur-de-Lys President

In 2022, we’re offering a big welcome to Margie Gillespie as the new President of the Union of the Fleur-de-Lys, which represents our alumni community. Here, Margie tells us why Saturday morning shifts were a challenge in her first job, her advice to new students, and why she knows so much about billiards tables, despite never playing.

Category: People

21 Jan 2022

Where are we headed? Part III: Ending youth poverty

The final story in our three-part series that looks at where we're headed as a global society, and considers whether it's where we want to go, shares the thoughts of Trinity Resident Advisor Thenu Herath, who is also the CEO of the Oaktree Foundation.

Category: People

20 Jan 2022

Where are we headed? Part II: Eradicating nuclear weapons

In the second story of our three-part series that looks at where we're headed as a global society, and considers whether it's where we want to go, Dr Emma Belcher (TC 1995) shares her views on nuclear weapon eradication. Emma is the president of US-based Ploughshares Fund, where she works to raise and distribute money to people working on the best solutions to address the threat of nuclear weapons.

Category: People

19 Jan 2022

Where are we headed? Part I: Rethinking the global economy

In the first of a three-part series that looks at where we're headed as a global society ... and considers whether it's where we want to go, Dr Katherine Trebeck (TC 1996) shares her thoughts on the global economy. Katherine is a writer and researcher and an advocate for economic system change. Her aim is to spark different ways of thinking about the economy and its purpose, and to draw attention to the potential impacts on our lives if we don’t.

Category: People

13 Jan 2022

What is beauty? And how does it relate to creation? Laura is on a mission to find out.

For Laura Cerbus, there’s something magnetic about ‘Trinity’. She attended Trinity Secondary School, then Trinity School for Ministry, both in Pennsylvania, and is now commencing the next step of her study journey at Trinity College Theological School in Melbourne, looking into the complexity of ‘beauty’.

Category: Theological School

10 Jan 2022

Welcome to our new Chaplain: the Revd Dr Luke Hopkins

We’re pleased to announce that the Revd Dr Luke Hopkins will be joining Trinity College as our new Chaplain, following the retirement of the Revd Canon Dr Colleen O’Reilly.

Category: People

20 Dec 2021

Christmas reading: 2021 edition of Trinity Today

The latest issue of Trinity Today, the annual magazine of Trinity College, is all about celebrating women and advocating for equality. Add it to your Christmas reading list.

Category: About

15 Dec 2021

It hasn't been (and often still isn't) easy for women in the church: Colleen O'Reilly reflects

Trinity College’s outgoing Chaplain, the Revd Canon Dr Colleen O’Reilly AM, highlights the past – and ongoing – struggle of women in the church.

Category: Theological School

14 Dec 2021

Looking back on 2021: Foundation Studies

Foundation Studies student Paing Hein had a testing year – dreams of living on campus crushed, illness, and political unrest in his home country. Yet, as he writes below, Paing found the silver lining amid the challenges, and is going into 2022 with optimism.

Category: Foundation Studies

13 Dec 2021

Looking back on 2021: Residential College

Our Residential College Student of the Year, Willow Plex, reflects on 2021 and the challenges and opportunities it brought.

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