October 31st, 2017 marks 500 years since German monk, Martin Luther, posted his 95 theses to the Castle Church door in Wittenberg, Germany. To coincide with this anniversary Graham Library’s newest exhibit, Richard Hooker & the Reformation, showcases the works of Richard Hooker, 16th century Anglican Theologian in the context of the Protestant Reformation across Europe and England.
Contributed by Sylvia Lassam, Rolph-Bell Archivist, Trinity College Trinity men were well represented at the Battle of Vimy Ridge in April, 1917. Among those who fought was George Warburton Spragge, […]
By Sylvia Lassam, Rolph-Bell Archivist, Trinity College Archives We are so fortunate at Trinity College to live and work around the beautiful designs of Alexander Scott Carter, an English architect […]
A couple of issues ago in our post Some things never change: 1920s student life at Trinity Trinity Archivist Sylvia Lassam shared a Trinity student diary that demonstrated just how similar […]
Who was K.M. Graham? There are a number of original art works throughout Graham Library including two by trinity alumna K.M. Graham. Kay Graham was one of Canada’s most […]