“A Sleek New Era of Student Preparedness”: Trinity to Release Rebranded Alcohol Poisoning Awareness Card for 2019-2020 School Year

After much anticipation from the Peer Leading community, the Trinity School Administration has finally released the design of their updated alcohol poisoning awareness cards. In a public statement, Headmaster John Allman proudly declared that Trinity upper schoolers are now able to “make a stylish statement while looking out for symptoms of confusion, vomiting, and blue skin.” Allman also stated that “this new visual identity weaves together the story of our past, present, and future.”

The move has already received immense praise from students and teachers alike. Eighth-grader Andrew Morris is enthralled by this rebrand, saying that “while I was thinking about applying out to Fieldston, this announcement is a game changer. I can’t wait to be responsible at parties.” Junior Antonella Dec-Prat added that “I’ve always wanted to look cool while checking if my buddies needed paramedic assistance. Although I’ll be at college before these cards get released, I’m glad to see that Trinity is responding to student needs.”  

Not surprisingly, the rebrand has universal appeal.  Sophomore Will Ketterer-Sykes declared, through tears, “I don’t get invited to any parties, but if I did, I would be the coolest one there flashing my new alcohol awareness card.”  Unfortunately, students will have to wait until the 2019-2020 school year to get their hands on these fresh new cards. Nevertheless, this new design will be another exciting product of Trinity’s modernization efforts.

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