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

Alumni at Large

Alumni at Large

Anthony Morgan ’08 on carding, the law and the fight to advance racial justice and equality for people of African descent in Canada.Continue Reading

Class Notes

Class Notes

David Plant ’77, Trinity’s newly elected Alumni Association chair, the College holds a special place in his heart—not only as his alma mater, but also as the setting for his wedding to classmate Patti Brownridge ’76.Continue Reading

Nota Bene

Nota Bene

Trinity’s First Lady of Iceland, new faces on campus, Provost Moran heads U of T’s panel on sexual violence and more dispatches from campus.Continue Reading

A Global Education

A Global Education

The Student Refugee Program is an initiative of World University Service of Canada (WUSC), a non-profit organization founded in the 1920s to promote education around the world. WUSC— which participants affectionately pronounce “whoosk”—launched the SRP in 1978. Trinity sponsored the first student in 1984-1985. As Canada welcomes 25,000 refugees from Syria this year, Trinity’s students challenge Torontonians who hear the story of WUSC Trinity to participate in refugee resettlement in Toronto.

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Mind, body and spirit: Innovative approaches to health and wellness

Mind, body and spirit: Innovative approaches to health and wellness

Trinity has made a concerted effort to improve the psychological well-being of its student body. The change is happening on every level—from new forms of counselling, to widespread awareness training, to ongoing student consultation. One positive aspect of this crisis? People are talking about the issue, in ways they never did before.Continue Reading

Fond Farewell

Fond Farewell

While wood chopping is not part of the official job description for Trinity’s Bursar, it’s just one (particularly literal) example of the type of hands-on Bursar Seaborn has been for the College for nearly 26 years. And since log-splitting skills won’t be expected of his successor after he retires this June, catching a fleeting glimpse of Trinity’s woodsman may soon be a thing of the past. Geoff Seaborn ’73, however, is not likely to be forgotten.Continue Reading