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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.

09 Oct 2020

Student Q&A: Alex Ferguson

Alex Ferguson has never been one to sit still – from music to languages to design to politics, he’s got a hand in many fields. And from his point of view, that’s going to be the key to success in the modern world.

02 Oct 2020

Student Q&A: Millicent Hockey

For Millie Hockey, a good education means everything. Here she explains why she has decided to pursue a career in teaching, and how living at Trinity has helped foster her passion.

28 Sep 2020

How college life exceeded Imogen Smith-Waters’ expectations

Living at Trinity College provides students opportunities to get involved in many things, including sport, tutorials, music, social events, volunteering, and even travel. And in Imogen’s case, she made the most of every opportunity that came her way.

22 Sep 2020

Student Q&A: Finn Blake

As an AFL fan growing up in Queensland, Finn Blake realised Victoria was the place to be. And a fortuitous meeting in his hometown of Noosa set the wheels in motion for a move to Melbourne and a career in sports media.

10 Sep 2020

Student Q&A: Izzy Hollingdale

Originally from Perth, Izzy Hollingdale writes her heartfelt songs primarily on piano, and with the help of local Bunbury producer James Newhouse, she has created an original and organically personal sound reminiscent of Birdy, Missy Higgins and Adele. From social critique to classic first love and heartbreak songs, Izzy uses her music and deep powerful voice to articulate her opinion.

09 Sep 2020

Listen now: Sabina Read's new podcast explores the cogs of life

With an ear for a good story, psychologist Sabina Read (TC 1989) delves into humanity's big questions – about belonging, success and happiness – in her new podcast, Human Cogs.

Category: People

08 Sep 2020

Georgia Richter: finding page-turning success

On International Literacy Day we share the story of Trinity alum Georgia Richter (TC 1989) who, as a publisher and editor, has helped many people achieve their literary dreams.

Category: People

07 Sep 2020

From the experts: how to network effectively online

In the business and entrepreneurial world, networking has long been considered a key avenue to create long-term, mutually beneficial relationships with potential employers and colleagues. But since the turn of the year, networking has looked very different in the time of social distancing, so we asked an expert panel what networking looks like in the new normal.

Category: Learning

04 Sep 2020

Student Q&A: Megara Thompson

Having been born prematurely, Meg Thompson has been a fighter since the moment she entered the world. Here she talks about staying strong in the face of adversity, lifelong learning, and her special relationship with martial arts and dance.

01 Sep 2020

Evan Sinclair: maximising Trinity’s network to kickstart a career

When Evan Sinclair arrived at Trinity College, he was oblivious to the fortuity that was about to unfurl. Since leaving college, he’s harnessed countless opportunities and has made valuable connections to help build his career.

Category: People

31 Aug 2020

Why you should network at university (and what networking means for students)

Networking can seem a little intimidating, particularly if you’re a student and are yet to embark on your career. But it’s never too early to start and effective networking can lead to big results in the long run.

Category: Learning

28 Aug 2020

This is why we should all wear purple today

Two Trinity students explain why we should wear purple today to show our support for the LGBTIQA+ community.

Category: People

25 Aug 2020

Student Q&A: Hugo Hart

As the first of a series of student Q&As, we share the story of first-year student Hugo Hart, who speaks openly about his struggles with bullying and his sexuality, and his desire to improve mental health support for young people.

17 Aug 2020

What does the future of work look like?

Last week, a panel of Trinity alumni joined us on Zoom from around Australia to discuss what the next generation of jobs will look like. The big question was, how can we best prepare for the workforce of the future?

Category: Learning

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.

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