From "The Sex", the Peterhouse JCR thingy:
"It has been revealed this week that a part of Trinity College was built using banknotes and bricks filled with coins. The gatehouse of the college and the entire East wall of the main court ware constructed using the materials, with each doubloon-filled brick thought to be worth over £20 000. The use of compacted banknotes in the sixteenth century building will come as a particular shock to historians, as it predates the introduction of paper money by several hundred years. A spokesman for Trinity was yesterday playing down reports that the college would be deconstructing vast parts of the gatehouse to pay for Trinity’s planned takeover of Africa, insisting that "We don’t need that much cash to buy that particular continent, I think we can afford it without doing anything so crass as to take the building apart. There is no question at all; Trinity will keep its money. Students can sleep soundly knowing that their walls are worth more than the GNP of the developing world, and only organized criminals with heavy equipment, sophisticated weaponry and a willingness to slaughter anyone who gets in their way will stop that, and I’m sure they will." The discovery is welcome news for the college, who may have to change their name as a result of restructuring in heaven. The Holy Trinity will, this autumn, come to an end as a result of the Holy Ghost’s shock move to ITV, leaving the Father and the Son to continue “Christianity” alone."