Ari Graynor ‘07 is featured in a “Celebrity-Filled Fan-Film Version” of The Princess Bride. 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.

Elijah Heckstall ‘08 has been appointed as Principal of the Dudley Street Neighborhood Charter School in the Boston Public School system. 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.

Matt Koperniak ‘20 signs as a free agent to the Cardinals. more.

Tom Chappell’s ‘66 company, Tom’s of Maine, is featured in the “Best Chemical free soap brands to make your life more eco friendly.”  more.

Luna Grill names AJ Karma ‘94 as its newest executive team member. more.

Liz Elting ‘87 is featured in an article about career changes as the founder and CEO of The Elizabeth Elting Foundation and Founder and Former Co-CEO of Transperfect. more.

Artland has featured un/comforts, a virtual art exhibition co-created by Max Fertik ’19 and featuring both Fertik, and Alison Cofrancesco ’20. more.
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah interviews restaurateur Danny Meyer ’80. more.

Liz Elting’s ’87 foundation kicks off multi million-dollar COVID-19 response initiative. more.

Christina Raiti ’16 is set to take over as head coach of Long Island Lutheran girls basketball. more.

Siren Marine has named Kate MacKay ’98 as their new chief marketing officer. more.

Tom’s of Maine, founded by Tom Chappell ’66, is sponsoring 50 small business impacted by COVID-19 across the country. more.

Dr. D. Holmes Morton ’79 founded a coronavirus clinic in Pennsylvania that accommodates horse and buggies for its local Amish and Mennonite communities. more.

Founder of Shake Shack, Danny Meyer ’80, has helped to set up the USHG HUGS Employee Relief Fund for laid off restaurant employees. more.

Read about Carder Stout’s ’91 new memoir Lost in Ghost Town: A Memoir of Addiction, Redemption, and Hope in Unlikely Places. more.

Carson Duggan M’12 is being inducted into the Wetaskiwin and County Sports Hall of Fame for her hockey career. more.

The Optical Society and the Society for Imaging Science and Technology named Eric R. Fossum ’79 the 2020 Edwin H. Land Medal winner. more.

Kyle Pulek ’16 is the new Director of Creative Media for Florida State University’s football program. more.

Janet Reynolds M’85 has developed a new writing workshop that benefits mental health in Connecticut. more.

Long Island Plastic Surgical Group welcomes Daniel A. Cuzzone, MD ’05 to their team. more.

Interview with Daming Xing ’18 on automation engineering at Stanley Black & Decker. more.

 The trailer for season 2 of David Chang’s ’99 Netflix show “Ugly Delicious” is out now. more.

Paul Mounds ’07 is the new chief of staff for Governor Ned Lamont. more.

The University of Albany names Leigh Howard ’12 as head coach of the women’s soccer program. more.

Breandan Q. Nemec ’02 has been elected to the partnership at Begley, Carlin & Mandio, LLP. more.

Kevin Sullivan ’71 has been named to the Board of Directors of Chrysalis Center, Inc. more.

Camilla Bradley ’99 has one of The Best Instagram Accounts in Rhode Island. more.

Architectural Digest article on Frances Reath Merrill ’00. more.

Television performance by Mary McCormack ‘91 in “The Kids Are Alright.” more. 

Heather Zusman ’16 talks about her furniture career. more.

Mamadou Bah ’07 was promoted to Regional Sales Executive at Distinguished Programs. more.

Benefitfocus promotes Annmarie Fini ’93 to Executive Vice President of Customer Success. more.

The Joyce Ivy Foundation names Bridget McCormack ‘88 as the 2020 Leader of the Year. more.

William A. Roos IV ’66 has been named a new member on the Columbia Memorial Health Foundation Board of Trustees. more.

Danny Meyer ’80 and David Chang ’99 are a part of the Most Influential Food People of the Past Decade. more.

Kelvin Roldan M’09 will be starting a new job as Deputy Education Commissioner in Rhode Island. more.