In just a few short weeks, it will be time to come home to the Hill. Homecoming 2016 is set for November 4-5, and we can’t wait to see you back on campus.
This post in part of an ongoing series called Connection Point. Featuring content written by the professors and licensed counseling professionals in our graduate counseling program, these posts are designed to inform and encourage our readers as they strive for total health—mind, body and soul.
With Hurricane Matthew bearing down on the East Coast as Trevecca’s Fall Break begins, we want our students to travel safely. If you are traveling to the affected regions, here are some road closures, conditions and travel advisories you need to be aware of. In some cases, it may be wise to reschedule your trip.
In just a few days, Benji Cowart will join his brother, Jeremy, and Trevecca alumnus Blake Thompson in a lunchtime panel discussion about creativity and work. “Why All Work Is Creative (And What to Do About It)” is sponsored by the Trevecca Association of Business Professionals and will take place on Oct. 12 in the Boone Convocation Center on Trevecca’s campus.
At Trevecca, names are important. Names—whether the name of a building, a bell tower, or a cafeteria—are reminders of our history. Every day, students take classes in McClurkan, Mackey, and Boone, but do we ever wonder who these buildings are named after? Who were the Waggoners? Who was Tidwell or Moore or Tarter? Why are two of the girl’s dorms named after states? As we witness the development of our new music building with an ever forward-thinking gaze, we want to remember the stories and legacies that made our present possible and our future hopeful.
On October 12, Jeremy Cowart, Blake Thompson, Benji Cowart and Matt Litton will join us for a conversation about work and creativity. The Trevecca Association of Business Professionals is sponsoring the luncheon, called “Why All Work Is Creative (And What To Do About It).”
Greetings from your Alumni Association! I trust everyone is making plans to attend Homecoming 2016 on November 4-5. I want to make a special appeal to all alumni in the greater Nashville area.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (better known as the FAFSA) has gotten a bad reputation as a tedious form that takes up too much time with very little pay-off, especially for non-traditional and graduate students.
In a few weeks, Blake Thompson will join Jeremy Cowart, Matt Litton and Benji Cowart in a discussion about creativity and work. The luncheon, sponsored by the Trevecca Association of Business Professionals, is scheduled for October 12.