Category Archives: Past Issues

High Spirits

High Spirits

Though Trinity College may be an institution imbued with tradition, one from which we’ve come to expect a certain type of graduate, there’s always room for the unexpected. Among the range of notable alumni are leaders in the beverage industry, both at home and abroad, who champion local ingredients in their craft and introduce customers to their new favourite bottles. Here are six of their stories, to sip and savour.Continue Reading

She the North

She the North

Eliza Reid ’98 would never have guessed she would become First Lady of Iceland. After growing up on an Ottawa-area farm and studying international relations at Trinity, Reid met her husband, Guðni Th. Jóhannesson, at Oxford University. Guðni, a modern history professor was elected president in June 2016. Reid chats about her journey from student days to state dinners.Continue Reading

David Neelands: A Man of the People

David Neelands: A Man of the People

In 2017, Trinity’s Faculty of Divinity will mark two significant milestones: The first is the 175th anniversary of the faculty’s founding. The second is the stepping down of Trinity’s long-time Dean of Divinity David Neelands.Continue Reading

Alumni at Large

Alumni at Large

Montieth Illingworth ’80 on how his on- and off-campus Trinity experiences helped to shape his career—and his characterContinue Reading

Class Notes

Class Notes

When GEORGE ’61 and MARTHA ’63 BUTTERFIELD and SIDNEY ROBINSON ’61 started offering bicycle tours of Europe in 1966, they couldn’t have known that 50 years later they would be a world leader in luxury active travel. “We decided the only way we could afford to get back to Europe was to develop a student…Continue Reading

Provost’s Letter

Provost’s Letter

Over the past year we’ve been working hard to improve the overall student experience at Trinity. Thanks to the generosity of our alumni, we have launched our ground-breaking Mental Health Program and Anne Steacy Counselling Initiative. Supporting the whole student means we pay attention to all facets of the student experience and, among other efforts, we have enhanced our food services and expanded our experiential learning program.Continue Reading

How to Survive the Next Plague

How to Survive the Next Plague

Unlike the middle ages, our modern society has sanitation systems and vaccines that protect us from viruses and diseases. Hospitals stand ready with infection prevention and control protocols and scientists can instantly communicate with each other to contain an epidemic. Why then, do some predict that the next plague could kill tens of millions of people?Continue Reading

Bringing Learning to Life

Bringing Learning to Life

Experiential learning and international experience is becoming increasingly necessary in today’s globalized environment. Long at the vanguard, Trinity students are participating in summer internships, volunteering abroad, and attending international summits. See how these experiences are enriching Trinity’s students and the world. Continue Reading