With Move-In Day just a week away, campus preparations are in full swing as faculty and staff prepare for the return of our traditional undergraduate students. Want to know more about how we’re getting ready to welcome you back to campus? Here’s what a few members of the Trevecca community had to say!
In less than a week, on August 21, many Nashvillians will gather with family and friends to witness Nashville’s first visible solar eclipse since 1478! A lot has changed since 1478, and one of the biggest changes that will help us document this historic day is technology, more specifically cameras.
Whether you’re a freshman, moving into your dorm room for the first time, or a senior, seasoned at living among your peers, living in a dorm can have its ups and downs no matter how many times you’ve done it. Being an extrovert or an introvert can also make living in a building full of classmates tricky. Here are a few tips to help introverts and extroverts navigate life in the dorm.
In about two weeks, Nashville will plunge into darkness in the middle of the day when the much-awaited Great American Eclipse actually happens. It’s the first eclipse to across the entire country since 1918, and the first total solar eclipse visible in Nashville since 1478!
One of the biggest mistakes a Trevecca student could make is fail to take advantage of the activities, events and time spent with fellow students. Whether you’re an incoming freshman, a transfer or just looking for this year to be different, the best thing you can do is try things out and find ways to participate where your interests lie.
A solar eclipse happens when the sun, moon, and earth all line up, with the moon in the middle blocking some or all of the sun’s light from reaching certain places on earth. Essentially, wherever the moon’s shadow falls on earth, that location will experience a total eclipse. Two special astronomical conditions must be met for a total eclipse to occur.
In a little less than a month, Nashville will plunge into darkness in the middle of the day as a total solar eclipse sweeps across the city—the first one in more than 500 years!
With the school year coming right around the corner, eager students may be wondering what to bring for the residence hall what not to bring, or be worried about forgetting something. To make your semester an easy transition, here are a few necessities you may not think to bring along to make your room in the residence hall feel a little more like home.
Summer is in full swing, but the back-to-school rush isn’t that far away. For incoming high school seniors, summer marks the moment when college and universities open their applications for the Fall 2018 academic year. So, seniors, as you begin to fill out your applications, here are a few things to remember!