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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 Jul 2024

1974 vs 2024 for a woman at Trinity: what’s changed and what’s stayed the same?

This year, Trinity commemorates its 50th anniversary of co-education at the college. To celebrate, we speak to Liz Kelly (TC 1974) and Molly Duggan (TC 2024), who share their experiences of being at Trinity, 50 years apart.

14 Jun 2024

The best things to do in and around Parkville

Curious as to how you could spend your time here in Melbourne? Let us show you some of our favourite activities and places to visit near the University of Melbourne.

10 May 2024

Meet Nakata Brophy prize winner Jasmin McGaughey

Jasmin McGaughey – who penned Ash Barty's 'Little Ash' series – joined us at Trinity as a writer in residence after winning the Nakata Brophy short fiction prize. Here she shares a bit about her upbringing and inspiration.

01 May 2024

Book now – Heathers: The Musical

Trinity College’s Heathers, directed by second year residential student Sam Prins will show 8, 9, 10 May.

14 Feb 2024

A love story for Valentine’s Day: Matt Hargreaves and Kirsten Callander

Kirsten Callander and Matt Hargreaves met at Trinity College in 2012 and married in 2023. The couple share how their relationship progressed, from nervously excited dinners next to each other in the dining hall, to marrying and moving to Amsterdam.

13 Feb 2024

Announcing our 2024 Alum of the Year

We’re pleased to announce Tom Snow as the proud and worthy recipient of our 2024 Bill Cowan Alum of the Year award.

21 Dec 2023

Trinity College Indigenous Summer Camp

Trinity College recently hosted an Indigenous Summer Camp, bringing together 30 staff and students from around the country to participate in a week of activities and events.

18 Oct 2023

7 tips to prepare for a residential college interview

Here are our tips for preparing for a residential college interview and navigating the university application process.

11 Oct 2023

Introducing our TCAC for 2024

It’s that time of year when the outgoing TCAC hands over the reins to our new leaders, who will continue to promote and embody what it means to be a Trinitarian into 2024.

08 Aug 2023

Moving to Trinity from overseas: Katie's story

Katie Gray grew up in Singapore and was nervous about starting at Trinity because she feared her background and schooling would be different to everyone else. She quickly realised that she needn't have worried.

07 Aug 2023

Moving from a regional area, stressing about your ATAR and worried you won’t know anyone? Read Hazel’s story.

Hazel Tutuncu moved to Trinity College from Shepparton and proves that ATARs aren’t necessarily as important as they seem, and that college isn’t necessarily out of reach, even if you don’t think you can afford it. Her best advice? If you don’t try, you’ll never know.

14 Jul 2023

From Larrakia to Wurundjeri country: How Anisha is inspiring other Indigenous students to dream big

Moving away from Darwin to study at the University of Melbourne was a big step for Anisha Damaso, but it opened her up to new experiences and possibilities. Now she hopes other Indigenous students will follow her lead.

26 Jun 2023

Meet Admissions Coordinator Wendy Ngaturi

Wendy shares a pivotal moment in her life, the best advice she's been given and the many things she wanted to be growing up.

26 Jun 2023

Hugo Jordan on why there's no 'best thing' about Trinity

Hugo Jordan graduated from high school in Adelaide in 2020, took a gap year, then looked at his options for uni life. He landed on the University of Melbourne and Trinity College, and discovered that Trinity really does have something for everyone.

07 Jun 2023

Kate Beggs’s journey from the Great Ocean Road to the heart of Melbourne city

After completing year 12 and an eye-opening gap year amid COVID-19 lockdowns, Kate Beggs decided to move to the city to pursue a career in educational psychology

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