Calendar, News, & Media

News

List of 7 news stories.

  • UPPER SCHOOL CHOIR CONCERT ON THE COMMONS

    An eclectic and entertaining mix of music from Trinity singers.  Joshua Elson, Director.

    Members of our Trinity Community, friends and families are welcome to attend free. No reservation necessary.

    Tuesday, January 31, 7:00pm
    Student Lounge
  • “A MORE JUST FUTURE” FIRESIDE CHAT WITH AUTHOR DOLLY CHUGH (P '23)

    Wednesday, February 8, 6:30  - 7:30 PM, via zoom
    The Trinity PA Parent2Parent group and Brearley School’s Parent Association is pleased to invite you to hear from award-winning professor of social psychology and author, Dolly Chugh (P ’23) on her new book A More Just Future, a guide to developing tools for resilience and grit in facing this country's complicated history. She will discuss the book in conversation with Trinity’s Assistant Head of School, Alexis Mulvihill. Please RSVP (for planning purposes) via the link in your email. The zoom link is also in your email. 
  • FROM THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC SERVICE - PLASTIC CONTAINER DONATIONS NEEDED FOR BOUNTY

    As we resume BOUNTY, Trinity’s food donation program, we are constantly in need of reusable plastic containers. Tupperware and takeout containers that have been cleaned out are most welcome and can be dropped off at the 101 entrance to the attention of the Office of Public Service. Thank you!
  • New Podcast Available: Catherine Price class of 1997

    This podcast features alumna author Catherine Price, class of 1997. Catherine is a science journalist, founder of ScreenLifeBalance.com, and the author of several books including: “How to Break Up With Your Phone” and “Vitamania: How Vitamins Revolutionized the Way We Think About Food.”
    Her work has appeared in the “Best American Science Writing,” the “New York Times,” “Popular Science,” “O, The Oprah Magazine,” the “Los Angeles Times,” the “San Francisco Chronicle,” the “Washington Post Magazine,” “Parade,” “Salon,” “Slate,” “Men’s Journal,” “Self,” “Medium,” “Health Magazine,” and “Outside,” among others.
    She is the author of, “The Power of Fun: How to Feel Alive Again.”

    You can listen to the podcast on Trinity's podMISSUM or Apple Podcasts.
  • TRINITY’S GREEN TEAM HARVESTS LETTUCE AND DONATIONS ARE DELIVERED TO THE COMMUNITY

    Trinity’s Upper School public service group the Green Team harvested lettuce from the hydroponic tower gardens on campus, and with the help of the Middle School Service Council and Upper School students and parent volunteers, the lettuces were delivered to the DeHostos Community Center.
    Read the article about this public service project on Sine Charta at: https://www.sinecharta.org/category/around-campus/?id=14516
  • PARENTS IN ACTION (PIA) PARENT TALKS - SAVE THE DATE

    Grade One – Tuesday, 28 February, 7:00-8:30pm
    Grade Two – Wednesday, 1 March, 7:00-8:30pm
    Grade Three – Thursday, 16 February, 7:00-8:30pm
    Grade Four – Tuesday, 21 February, 7:00-8:30pm
    All meetings will be held in person in Room N330.
    Parent Talk is a parent discussion group that gives us the chance to touch base with each other about issues facing our children and us as parents. Our meeting will be spent discussing topics important to and generated by us. Parents and legal guardians are highly encouraged to attend. Note that this meeting is for mothers, fathers, and legal guardians of students in the specified grade. Please check your e-mail for details and common discussion topics.
  • TRINITY'S SPRING BENEFIT

    Tuesday, 7 March, 7:00-10:00pm, Pier 60
    Start spreading the news! Hold the date and time for us in March 2023! We are looking forward to gathering together to celebrate at Pier 60. We are in need of auction items and help to make the event fantastic. Please check your e-mail for donation information and volunteer job descriptions.
Located on the Upper West Side of New York City, Trinity School is a college preparatory, coeducational independent school for grades K-12. Since 1709, Trinity has provided a world-class education to its students with rigorous academics and outstanding programs in athletics, the arts, peer leadership, and global travel.