We are writers, podcasters, business owners, economists, parents, and more. We are Bantams. Here are a few places where we tell our stories.

Find content from your friends and colleagues in the Trinity community here. Do you have your own blog, business, or book to share? Email us.

Note: This page is a work in progress, and we will continue to add more content as it develops. We reserve the right to limit submissions based on space, content, etc.

Artists and Entertainers:

Rachel Platten ’03
Brandon Serafino ’14
Rachael Burke ’14
Sophie Berger ’21
Edison Trickett ’63

Other Media:

Dylan McGhee ’93 and MAKERS for Women’s Storytelling


Trinity College Podcasts

Nell Daly ’98
Unscripted with Nell Daly

Yndia Lorick-Wilmot ’99
Talking Journeys of Belonging 2 Blackness

Allison Horrocks ’09 and Mary Mahoney ’09
American Girls 
(Read the story on our website, too!)

Kathryn Van Sickle ’12
The Development Debrief


Lee Clayton Roper ’80
A Well Seasoned Kitchen


Who Will Write our History – Based on the book written by Samuel Kassow ’66

Authors, Editors, and Journalists:

Jennifer Blum ’88
Article in Inside Higher Ed: Clearing the Path to Stability

Dan Boyne ’82
The Red Rose Crew: A True Story of Women, Winning and the Water
Essential Sculling
The Seven Seat, A story of rowing, revenge and redemption.

David Chang ’99
Eat a Peach: A Memoir
Momofoku: A Cookbook

Sara Bliss Hamblett ’95
Take the Leap: Change Your Career, Change Your Life

Brooke LePage  ’19
Article in The Hill: We Need to Invest in National Service 

Yndia Lorick-Wilmot ’99
Stories of Identity among Black Middle Class Second Generation Caribbeans: We, Too, Sing America
Creating Black Caribbean Ethnic Identity

Don McLagan ’64 
Website: “Don’s Poems”

Danny Meyer ’80
The Union Square Cafe Cookbook 
Second Helpings from Union Square Cafe 
Setting the Table
Mix Shake Stir 

Lee Clayton Roper ’80
Fresh Tastes
A Well Seasoned Kitchen

Carder Stout, Ph.D. ’91
Lost in Ghost Town: A Memoir of Addiction, Redemption, and Hope in Unlikely Places

Paul Sullivan ’95
Article in The New York Times: How Philanthropists Are Helping During the Crisis

Will Thomas III ’86
A Question of Freedom: The Families Who Challenged Slavery from the Nation’s Founding to the Civil War

George Will ’62
Men at Work: The Craft of Baseball

Maggie Griffith Williams ’02
Migration, Mobility and Sojourning in Cross-Cultural Films: Interculturing Cinema