Over spring break, a team of Trevecca Nazarene University media arts and religion students traveled to Israel. While overseas, the media arts team, led by Professor Seth Conley, was charged with the task of creating a documentary called Your Kingdom Come. I was privileged to be a part of the film crew for this project, as Camera C operator and producer of the behind-the-scenes footage.
Good afternoon from Monterrey! It’s been one incredible week here in Mexico. We’ve only been here since Saturday, but it feels like we’ve been here for much longer—probably because we are currently stranded in the Monterrey Airport waiting on a plane to get us to Atlanta.
It’s the middle of spring break, and we’re not going to lie: campus is really quiet. Like a little too quiet. We miss seeing students in the Quad, hanging out at 1901 and eating lunch in the Caf.
As I write this, it is night three here in Monterrey and we have just finished our group debriefing session! We meet each night in the “Big Palapa” down by the soccer field, and we all walk down together, Mexican sodas in hand. Tonight I chose an apple soda called Joya. It tastes of apples, bananas and fizzy Mexican soda magic (my favorite ingredient).
It may be spring break, but we’re still celebrating National Cereal Day at Trevecca. In honor of the illustrious holiday, we’re offering a few of our favorite cereal combinations to liven up your breakfast—or lunch, snack, dessert or dinner on those nights when you’re just not in love with the menu.
In 1996, the name Clifford Hinson was added to the wall in the Wakefield Fine Arts Building, one more name in a collage of hundreds who’ve completed their senior recitals since the tradition began in 1971.
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