Trinity-Pawling Fund

At Trinity-Pawling, we learned that brothers can change your life. Now our brotherhood is on the move. We’re coming together in record numbers to declare the value of a Trinity-Pawling education and to pass that experience on to others. Alumni participation has increased by 122% in the last 24 months. With our support, Trinity-Pawling continues […]

Trinity-Pawling is on LinkedIn

Trinity-Pawling now has an official “homebase” for networking on LinkedIn. Connect to the Trinity-Pawling Alumni page, then join the Trinity-Pawling Connection private group. You’ll be able to comment on discussions, start topics of your own, share expertise, and post openings on the job board. The Trinity-Pawling Alumni app is another great networking tool. Download the […]

Brewing Beer in Beijing

As a sophomore, Ryan Olstein ’11 was already taking both Spanish and French when he decided to join Trinity-Pawling’s inaugural Chinese language program in 2008. Inspired by his mother, a student of languages herself and a seasoned traveller, Ryan wanted to equip himself for similar adventures. At Trinity-Pawling, he gained not only classroom experience but […]

A Shady Business

Harrison Bramhall ’10 has been driven by a restless, creative spirit for most of his life. In fact, the recent Wheaton College alumnus (class of 2014) can recall telling his father from an early age that he wanted to be an entrepreneur when he grew up. Bramhall’s father, in turn, issued advice that has always […]

Ellen and Jeff Axelrod ’77 establish scholarship fund

Jeff Axelrod ’77 has never forgotten Trinity-Pawling’s influence on his life or the sacrifices his parents made to get him there. He honored both recently, when he and wife, Ellen, established the Axelrod Scholarship to help make Trinity-Pawling financially feasible for talented, dedicated students whose families need an extra boost. “My wife and I are […]

Behind the Hollywood Lens

Over the last fifteen years, David Von Ancken ’83 has written, produced or directed television shows ranging from HBO’s critically-acclaimed prison drama Oz to Gossip Girl and CSI:NY to AMC’s Hell on Wheels and most recently Salem on WGN America. In his former life, Von Ancken was a successful New York consultant who spent all his free time “in the public library reading room writing plays and reading stuff.” Eventually one of his short films […]