Trinity College, Cambridge
Trinity College is a college of the University of Cambridge in Cambridge, England. Trinity has more students than any other college in Cambridge or Oxford. It is also the wealthiest Oxbridge college. It owns the O2 Arena. It is one of the three royal colleges.[source?]
Trinity College was formed by King Henry VIII in 1564 when two colleges merged together. These two colleges were Michaelhouse, which had been formed by Hervey de Stanton in 1324, and King's Hall, which had been formed by King Edward II in 1317 and formed again in 1337 by King Edward III.
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- The story of Trinity, "The Independent" 14 July 2009 p. 10
- "Trinity College buys O2 concert arena". The Telegraph. Retrieved 2013-12-28.
- "Nobel Prize Winners". University of Cambridge. Retrieved 2014-03-05.
- "Nobel Laureates". Trinity College, Cambridge. Retrieved 2014-03-05.
- "Isaac Newton's Life". Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences. Retrieved 2009-09-06.
- Murray, Bill; Murray, William J (1 January 1998). The World's Game: A History of Soccer. ISBN 9780252067181.
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- Trinity College, Cambridge official website
- Trinity College, Cambridge students' union (TCSU) website
- Trinity B.A. Society
- Trinity College May Ball website
- Undergraduates' Perspective of Trinity
- Trinity College on Google maps
- Trinity College Isaac Newton Trust
Colleges of the University of Cambridge
|Christ's • Churchill • Clare • Clare Hall • Corpus Christi • Darwin • Downing • Emmanuel • Fitzwilliam • Girton • Gonville and Caius • Homerton • Huges Hall • Jesus • King's • Lucy Cavendish • Magdalene • Murray Edwards • Newnham • Pembroke • Peterhouse • Queens' • Robinson • St Catharine's • St Edmund's • St John's • Selwyn • Sidney Sussex • Trinity • Trinity Hall • Wolfson|