Pride Athletics Round-up

Winter sports at Trinity-Pawling are well underway, with each team celebrating key wins over big rivals. Basketball beat Kent on January 17 by one point (59-58) in a dramatic, come-from-behind win after being down all game. On December 13, hockey battled past Avon 4-3 at Avon in a tough contest. Wrestling swept a quad meet […]

Erik Olstein
Creating Men of Character

Erik Olstein’s passion for Trinity-Pawling’s singular education is palpable through the phone lines of his company headquarters in Purchase, NY, where the 1986 alumnus and father of three—two sons are also graduates and the third is currently a sophomore—serves as President and Chief Operating Officer of the eponymously named Olstein Funds. That zeal, explains Olstein, […]

Trustee dinner for Arch and Gay Smith

The Trinity-Pawling Board of Trustees invites all members of the T-P family to attend a dinner celebration for Arch and Gay Smith on May 1 on the Trinity-Pawling campus. Invitations will follow in late February…save the date today! Meanwhile, we are gathering stories and messages to share in an online archive for Arch and Gay, […]

Trinity-Pawling Comes to Town

In this special year of celebration, Trinity-Pawling is visiting more cities than ever before. We hope to see you this spring in one of the following locations. Join us for networking, memories, food and fellowship—and to say farewell to Arch and Gay Smith. Register today! Atlanta – February 23 Dallas – February 24 San Francisco – […]

Trinity-Pawling Fund

When you give to the Trinity-Pawling Fund, you provide the mentors and programs that truly change boys’ lives. The Pride has raised 75% of its dollar goal so far—join in today  with your support. Every gift has impact. You can direct your gift wherever its needed most or to a specific program that is important to […]

Alumni App
Download the Alumni Connect mobile app

Trinity-Pawling alumni now have access to a new mobile app that shows the location of T-P alumni world-wide. Use the app for networking, to find classmates, submit news and class notes, and to receive the latest School news. The app is free, powered by EverTrue, and syncs automatically with your LinkedIn profile. Download available for […]

Hyui Yong Kim
Found In Translation

As a recent graduate of New York City’s School of Visual Arts working in advertising, Hyui Yong Kim ’06 noticed something about ads promoting his native Korean culture in the United States. “I wasn’t sure who they were talking to, or what they were trying to say,” he remembers. “I felt like there was no […]

Joon Sub Lee
A Scientist Is Born

What’s it like to perform groundbreaking research and then publish your findings in the leading scientific journal of our time? Joon Sub Lee ’11 can answer that question—with a twist. Not only did the former T-P valedictorian recently coauthor a Nature article, but he’s still in his early 20s. That makes him a rarity even […]

Max Koeppel
Thinking About Drinking

Just a few years out of college (Syracuse), Max Koeppel was introduced by a family friend to two young men with a potentially revolutionary business concept—a smartphone breathalyzer—but few ideas for how to get it manufactured and into the hands of consumers. Intrigued, Koeppel, who was then working in his native NYC as a project […]

Andrew Duplessie
Following His Own Script

Diversify your portfolio—it’s a phrase often heard in investment circles. Applying it to the world of acting might seem strange, but Andrew Duplessie ’11 is steadily building a “portfolio” that fuses both professions. Duplessie has always been one to cross boundaries. An up-and-coming performer in TV and film, he nonetheless favored sports as a child, […]