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Supported by a generous donation by Chancellor Graham and in partnership with the Department of History, Trinity is pleased to announce the appointment of Cindy Ewing as Assistant Professor. Read more
Trinity alumni George and Martha Butterfield generously donate $1.25 million to establish the new Butterfield Environment & Sustainability Stream in the Margaret MacMillan Trinity One Program. Read more
A distinguished parliamentarian and leader, The Hon. William C. Graham, a Trinity alumnus and the College's 12th Chancellor, will receive an honorary degree for his exceptional contributions at spring Convocation. Read more
After graduating from Trinity's medical faculty in 1860, Dr. Alexander Augusta used his skills to fight for civil rights (Read more). The Hon. Justice George Carter: 1st Canadian-born black judge in the country (Read more). Novelist Austin Clarke was an advocate for black rights & champion for social justice (Read more).
On February 12, Dr. Michael Ignatieff delivered the Larkin-Stuart Lecture. Prior to speaking, Dr. Ignatieff met with students to discuss moral reasoning, ethics, democracy and international politics. Read more