The crowd cheering wildly.. A guild of students with talents galore.. Embellishment of the hall within prestigious walls.. Indeed, this is THRITHVA RANGA.  Three decades have passed since the inception of “Ranga Saba” which ultimately led to Thrithva Ranga. And yet, this annual event still manages to stand out as a unique extravagant night filled with sheer talent by the School Officers’ Guild (SOG) of Trinity College Kandy. December 4th  [ Read More ]

Amidst all the attention which the apocalypse of the world has been getting, this piece of writing, rest assured reader, is on a rather lighter, happier and infinitely more ecstatic note. For those of us who have had the pleasure of passing through the very few college gates here in our country where history and traditions are sources of inspiration, this note bears a deeper message. The roots of rugby  [ Read More ]

Ever since I first went for the school show of Thrithva Ranga, way back when I was in Grade 8 (2004), it has become an annual event in my calendar along with the Bradby Shield. In the Thrithva Ranga held way back in 2004, I can remember there was something to do with army soldiers climbing down from the top of the hall to kidnap the president. Even though I  [ Read More ]

  Cecil Balmond is an internationally renowned designer, structural engineer, architect, artist, and author. He has led countless architectural projects and institutions throughout the world. Born and raised in Sri Lanka, educated at Trinity College Kandy and later on at the University of Colombo, he is quoted as “one of the most important forces in contemporary architecture today”. His “…genius has been crucial to the emergence of anew aesthetic..” as quoted by Nicolai  [ Read More ]

Yes, once again, Kumar Sangakkara is back here on the pages of the Trinity College Worldwide Website. Although this piece of news is quite “Off Season”, it is nonetheless inspiring. During the last moments of the Cricket World Cup Finals, the BBC captured-this shot of the Sri Lankan Captain about which they said the following : Just seconds after India won the world cup final, Sri Lankan captain Kumar Sangakkara  [ Read More ]

Trinity  College 1st XV for the 1990 Bradby Shield Forwards: Loose Head – Ravi Kalpage (Captain) Hooker – Mohamed Azmi Tight Head – Tabreez Farook Locks – Mohamed Faris (Lion) & Nalaka Madugalle Flankers – Sanjeewa Udugama & Rasika Madadeniya (Rizvi Muthalib) No. 8 – Ayaz Deen (Lion) Backs: Scrum Half – Nalin Muhandiramge (Lion) Fly Half – Manoj Boteju (Azarath Deen) Centres – Dilhan Perera & Imran Naufal Wings Centres  [ Read More ]

A young Trinitian Prasad Dissanayake (Grade 12) who just finished his Ordinary Level exams passed away on 2nd of May due to a tragic train accident. According to sources he was on his way back home after attending chemistry classes at the vision education institute in Peradeniya. At about 5.30 in the evening he was rushing to another tuition class. He was one of the first people to leave the chemitry  [ Read More ]

Duncan White, MBE, ED, DLC.M.INST.AM. (1 March 1918 – 3 July 1998) was a legendary Trinitian and the first Sri Lankan athlete to win a medal for his country in an Olympic event. He won a silver in the 440-yards hurdles at the 1948 Summer Olympics in London, England. Duncan White is undoubtedly the most outstanding male athlete produced by Sri Lanka who, with his silver medal at the 1948  [ Read More ]

 
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