Category Archives: Summer 2015 Issue

Trinity students: What are they thinking?

Trinity students: What are they thinking?

Tradition and change. Sooner or later, every Trinity student faces the competing demands of these two very different masters. And as a brand-new student survey reveals, that challenge may be greater today than ever before. The College’s first-ever student experience survey yields fascinating insights into today’s students.Continue Reading

The Trinity Book Sale turns 40

The Trinity Book Sale turns 40

Surrounded by filing cabinets filled almost to capacity with newspaper clippings, archival material and photo albums, Friends of the Library founding member Helen Bradfield, recently retired Trinity librarian Linda Corman, and current Friends president Kathy Girvin gathered in the Friends of the Library office at the John W. Graham library to speak about the 40th anniversary of the Trinity College Annual Book Sale and how far it’s come.Continue Reading

Ten minutes with John Papadopoulos

Ten minutes with John Papadopoulos

Ahead of his first term, newly appointed Nicholls Librarian and Director of the John W. Graham Library John Papadopoulos (JD ’93, MISt ’97; U of T) talks about his new role and new Friends, and hints at what might be revealed in the library’s next chapter.Continue Reading

Nota bene

Nota bene

Ignatieff family history, Order of Canada appointees, student awards and other dispatches from campus.Continue Reading

Photographic memory: Trinity Escapades

Photographic memory: Trinity Escapades

Jim Neilson recalls the ’76 Trinity Escapades. Although none of the players went on to pursue a career in professional sports, it is generally agreed that the Escapades experience helped to forge strength and character for life in the wider world. Continue Reading

Class notes

Class notes

Nancy Park ’55 and Angus Ivory ’56 were one of the first couples married in the Trinity College Chapel on October 26, 1956.Continue Reading

Book it

ELIZABETH ABBOTT (FORMER DEAN OF WOMEN) Dogs and Underdogs: Finding happiness at the end of a leash (Viking). When her beloved dog Tommy was left behind in Haiti, Abbott set out on a journey that took her from the concrete cells of an American prison to Toronto’s Mt. Sinai Hospital …Continue Reading