If there is one welcome daily ritual we share during lock down wherever we are in the world it is surely the tea or coffee break.
Professor John Rallison, a former Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education at Cambridge, considers the long-term changes in university teaching wrought by the economic consequences of COVID-19
Dr Clare Walker Gore, Junior Research Fellow in English, makes her pick of the best Victorian novels for lockdown.
Adrian Poole, Fellow for Communications at Trinity and Emeritus Professor of English Literature, was inspired by Professor Huw Price's Reflections and the current public health situation to consider afresh his grandfather's life.
When Sydney high school student Lauren Park entered Trinity’s Robert Walker Essay Prize Competition in 2017, she had no expectations. Little did she know that taking part would transform her university plans, and lead to her studying thousands of miles away from home. Lauren said: