In an inventive play on the College’s history, Trinity College Students’ Union and the Tutorial Office have recruited founder Henry VIII and Elizabeth I to welcome students and convey COVID-19 messages in a clever and amusing way.
Whether you are a Fresher or a returning student, welcome to Trinity 2020!
Aisha Brown, a second-year medical student at Trinity, became a Cambridge Blue* after the Cambridge University Lawn Tennis Club beat Oxford by 18 to three games in the annual Blues Varsity Match last week.
As the country continues to wait for the full resumption of live music performances we look at some of the ways in which Trinity musicians – past and present – have responded to the challenges of continuing to make music during lockdown and beyond.
Trinity College will welcome five new Gates Scholars in September: Emma Gattey who is completing a Masters in Global and Imperial History at the University of Oxford; Yinou Han from the University of Sydney; Sarah Hirschfield from Princeton University, and Ri Yang Benjamin Tan who is studying for an MPhil in Political Thought and Intellectual History here at Trinity. The fifth scholar is Dan-Mircea Mirea from Romania who will defer for a year.