Meet Trinity's 41st Rhodes Scholar

Caroline Leps heading to Oxford in 2015

Caroline Leps wants to ensure that all children have a healthy childhood, and in the fall of 2015, she will pursue that goal at Oxford with a master's degree in comparative social policy. Rhodes Scholars are chosen for their intellect, character, leadership, and commitment to service. The Trinity experience, it seems, fosters these very qualities. See full story ...  
 


Exploring Bay Street
Alumni share career advice with Trinity students

On October 16, students came together with four successful alumni to explore career options in financial services. Alumni host Bruce Harpham led panelists in a lively and frank discussion of life in the financial sector. See full story ...
 


Archives renewal driving eco-project
Cisterns installed to conserve water consumption

As part of the on-going Archives renewal, a tank has been installed below the ground just south of the archives to collect rainwater. The tank will collect water and funnel it to a storage area, where it will be reserved for irrigation use in Trinity’s gardening, lessening Trinity’s demand for city water. Read about the project in trinity magazine.


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Provost's Leadership Event
Save the date: March 25, 2015

An evening to celebrate the philanthropy of Trinity College's Leadership Donors. Invitations will be in mailboxes soon.

 


Connor Emdin, 2013 Rhodes Scholar and William and Nona Heaslip Scholar

Connor Emdin has made the most of the support he received while attending the University of Toronto. A Biochemistry and Global Health double-major, he conducted research into HIV treatments in Sub-Saharan Africa and is the co-founder of Salt for Survival, a student-run organization promoting salt iodization. His is just one of the many success stories made possible by donations to Trinity College. 

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