“This is Bill Taylor here on WKCO.”

The “Bill and Pete Show” aired for only one year, but it secured Bill Taylor the gig as host of a weekly radio show at his college radio station, WKCO, for all four years of college. In those days, the kids who ran college radio shows were the real music fans. “Music was all vinyl […]

Jonathan Kalin ’10

Jonathan Kalin ’10 returned to campus in March to give a presentation in Gardiner Theater to Trinity-Pawling students about “Party with Consent”, the sexual violence awareness movement he started at Colby College in 2012. The organization strives to promote awareness about consent in attempt to prevent sexual violence through education. Kalin’s movement has a presence […]

Economics of Hockey

The Economics of Hockey project, led by Michele Carlin and Scott Harff, explored a hypothetical scenario in which students had to decide if building a new Hockey rink would be feasible or if refurbishing the current rink was a better option. “As would most young athletes, the boys approached the project with the unstated intent […]


“It’s a beautiful thing,” is how Slade Mead describes Early Decision.  “It’s rather tricky,” explains Mead, the Director of College Placement, “because you need to make sure first, that school is absolutely your first choice; second, the college in question has Early Decision; and third, most students’ number one school is a reach; therefore, the […]

Allison Whipple Rockefeller ’76

Allison Whipple Rockefeller ’76, a Putnam County native, joined Trinity-Pawling in 1974. A lover of nature, she enjoyed the “uplifting and inspiring” beauty of campus. During her three years at T-P, Allison developed lasting relationships with faculty members who ingrained in her a strong value system and direction that she’s carried throughout her life. When […]

Student Spotlight: Kyle Miller ’18

Kyle Miller ’18 is as passionate about the written word as he is about ice hockey. The sophomore hockey recruit from Bristol, CT, speaks of hockey as “a great game that requires smarts and toughness.” Head Varsity Hockey Coach Robert Ferraris ’93 describes Kyle as having “strong fundamentals and game intuitiveness; he is rugged and […]


The Pride is back from their three-week vacation, and the spring athletic season is now fully underway. Over the break the lacrosse team traveled down to Philadelphia to scrimmage three teams from the tri-state area. The Pride faced off against the Episcopal Churchmen, the Chestnut Hill Blue Devils, and the Tower Hill Hillers from Delaware. Forty […]

Community Service Day

On Sunday May 1, 2016, Trinity-Pawling School will host visitors to campus to celebrate the greater Pawling community. MayDay is a fundraising event to benefit two local charities. Ryan’s Foundation is a non-profit organization founded with the mission to raise funds to support children living in the Hudson Valley that are afflicted with cancer or […]


When you give, you invest in a brotherhood that lasts a lifetime, an education that turns hope into achievement, and hard work into results. You make great things possible! There’s still time. If you haven’t supported Trinity-Pawling this year, the fund closes on June 30, 2016. You can direct your gift to the area of […]


Headmaster Bill Taylor and Jennifer Taylor have enjoyed meeting many of you at receptions during the first half of the year. The next stop for Bill and Jennifer will be in Pittsburgh on Tuesday, April 12. The reception will be held at the Duquesne Club, from 5:30 – 7:30 PM. Bill and Jennifer will be hosted […]


In celebration of Women’s History Month, Trinity-Pawling School will share stories on our social media platforms about some of the wonderful women who have impacted our community. We need your help! Is there a teacher, classmate, dorm parent, mom of a friend, or staff member who went above and beyond for you as a student at […]


Headmaster Bill Taylor has been impressively on the move during his first term at Trinity-Pawling. On a mission to meet and share ideas with Trinity-Pawling alumni, families, and friends, Bill and Jennifer Taylor have visited numerous US cities. Their most recent excursion took them eastward, where they were able to connect with our Trinity-Pawling community […]


“Hedge funds are sometimes called ‘The Big Humiliator,’ said Roman Zurutuza ’91. “Since it’s all about probability, there’s a lot of guesswork and finger crossing. No matter how good you are as an investor, at least 45% of your decisions are wrong. A doctor or lawyer couldn’t afford a failure rate like that.” For the […]