Biden names Julie Mason ’93 as Cheif of Staff to the Second Gentlemen. more.
Khaiim Kelly ’02 [Khaiim the RapOet] is a guest on a podcast discussing ghostwriters and his overall career. more.
Banai Pointer ’07 is named as Communications Outreach Director of The Democratic National Party. more.
Brothers John Graves ’10, Peter Graves ’07, and Tom Graves ’05 are taking another shot at the Olympics. more.
Read about S. Prestley Blake ’38 non-degreed, H’75, the founder of the Friendly’s restaurant chain. more.
Kat Conlon ’08 becomes the Executive Director of Vanessa Bryant’s Mamba and Mambacita Sports Foundation. more.
Interview with Bryant McBride ’88 on being the producer of the documentary ‘Willie.’ more.
Eric Fossum ’79 wins Emmy Award for image sensor technology. more.
Read about the actor Kyle Cook ’06. more.
Article featuring teacher George Coe ’76. more.
Kelly Ward Hammel ’00 receives a technical achievement Academy Award for for the Walt Disney Animation Studios Hair Simulation System. more.
James W. Cuminale ’75 begins two-year term as president of Vanderbilt Law Board of Advisors. more.
Universal Insurance Holdings Appoints Jason M. Burns ’02 as New President of Blue Atlantic. more.
N. Louis Shipley ’85 joins the GTreasury Board. more.
Kathleen Krevetski ’98 announces she is running for Rutland City Mayor. more.
Read about Bhumika Choudhary ’18 in the real estate section of The New York Times. more.
Monson Savings Bank welcomes Sabina Vegiard ’05 as vice president of Monson Savings Bank and financial advisor with Infinex Investments Inc. more.
DJ Tom Bolger ‘55 launched “Tunes with Tom” on internet radio station WLHA. more.
Article about the modernist architect Frederic K. Houston ’59. more.
Carla Zahner ’01 has been elected as partner at Hartford-based family law firm Louden, Katz & McGrath LLC. more.
Sean Navin IDP’16 has joined the Simsbury office of King, Prell & Associates, LLC, as Client Service Specialist. more.
The New York Times mentions Peloton instructor Jess Sims ’10. more.
Article mentioning Joe Sheild ’85 and his football career at Trinity and in the NFL. more.
Read about John Sargent III’s ’84 “life of reinvention on the road to wonder.” more.
Former senior co-captain Courtland Boyle ’20 and junior Tanner Boyle ’21 were named to the 2019-20 Intercollegiate Tennis Association [ITA] All-Academic Team. more.
The Cut article featuring Alex Drexler ’00 on his career in fashion. more.
John Mallory Bates ‘1871 research helps with sugarbeet disease. more.
David Chang ’99 wins the ABC show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire for Houston’s Southern Smoke Foundation. more.
A day in the life of Michael Gary ’86. more.
The Woodbridge Board of Education appoints Dr. Jonathan Budd M’01 as the next school superintendent. more.
Radius Health Inc. welcomes Peter A. Schwartzman ’88 as vice president of the Capital, Strategy and Transactions Group. more.
Elijah Heckstall ’08 has been appointed as Principal of the Dudley Street Neighborhood Charter School in the Boston Public School system. more.
Interview with Kush Kumar ’20 on squash and his future. more.
Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP has added Kevin J. Walsh ’88 to its Boston office as a shareholder in the firm’s Restructuring & Bankruptcy Practice. more.
Radius Health Inc. welcomes Peter Schwartzman ’88 as Vice President of the Capital, Strategy and Transactions Group. more.
Damian Wilmont ’97 made the Boston Business Journal’s list of “Power 50 for 2020: Extraordinary Year, Extraordinary People.” more.
Hartford Public Library will celebrate Indigenous People’s day with a performance from Lee Mixashawn Rozie IDP ’12. more.
Shanta Lee Gander ’01 is named a recipient of the 2020 Vermont Arts Awards recognizing outstanding individual and organizational contributions to the arts. more.
McCallie welcomes Sal Musumeci M’04 to their History department. more.
Premiere of “Ten Minutes to Midnight,” directed by Erik Bloomquist ’14. more.
Sarah Braun ’06 starts a new position as middle school science teacher in the Region One School District. more.
Needham Bank promotes Peter Bakkala M’92 to executive vice president. more.
Sonia Plumb ’85 is the founder of “Dance of Da Vinci 2.0” Read about it’s premiere here.
The CIO of Arrow Electronics, Vin Melvin ’85, talks about applying tech to business strategy. more.
Article on Andrew Champagne ’94, naming him as Vermont’s most prolific voter registrant. more.
The founder, president, and CEO of X-Chem, Inc, Rick Wagner ’83, discusses the development and benefits of a new machine learning drug discovery platform. more.
Ari Graynor ‘07 is featured in a “Celebrity-Filled Fan-Film Version” of The Princess Bride. more.
Interview with Liz Elting ‘87 on “Resilient Leadership: Overcoming obstacles in order to give back to others.” more.
Biography of William Gwinn Mather, who graduated Trinity in 1877. more.
Long Island Plastic Surgical Group welcomes Dr. Daniel A. Cuzzone, MD ‘05 to their team. more.