So, this is Christmas! It’s an enchanting time of the year, full of reflection and time with family. I’m grateful for a wonderful life. I’m grateful for Trevecca Nazarene University which has played such an important part in my family’s life. It was at Trevecca that I began the journey of being
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The Trevecca Family traveled home to the Hill this month to enjoy the community who call themselves alumni and friends of Trevecca Nazarene University. As president of the Alumni Association, I attended many reunions throughout the weekend, and it was interesting to see all the “catching up” that was going on at
Today marks a special day as we dedicate this bell tower and remember Dr. Millard Reed. We, the student body of Trevecca, are grateful for this beautiful addition to our campus. While I never had the privilege to meet Dr. Reed, my father recalls his deep faith in God, his sensitive heart
It’s common knowledge that molding and influencing children must start at a very early age. So that’s exactly what my wife and I decided to do with our grandchildren. As each one turned 7, they joined us in on our annual Homecoming adventure to our Alma Mater, Trevecca Nazarene University, in Nashville.
When I was a student at Trevecca, there was a program on the radio sponsored by a local company—a funeral home, I believe—called “Something to Think About.” I always listened because of the catchy title, so today, I thought I’d borrow it myself. Something to Think About: Among the “50 Most Affordable
So I read a list on Facebook of the best… well, you name it. One list I recently came across shared the Best Christian Universities. I’m not sure what yardstick they were using to measure colleges against, but for me, the following list came to mind. The Best Christian University should… 1.
Strange title, huh? These three names have much significance in my life. The first is the town where I grew up, the second is my father, and the third is my mother: all three significant because that’s where my legacy began. My worldview began to take shape thanks to these three names.
Two words that express what’s in my heart: Thank you. Thank you, Trevecca, and Thank you, Trevecca alumni. Since my freshman year, Trevecca has given me opportunities that I never dreamed would come my way. Administrators, faculty, staff, and fellow students believed in me then and helped me believe in myself. That
I will never forget that “sea of smiles” when thousands gathered in Trevecca’s Quad for the 2014 Trevecca Commencement on May 3. As I stood in line with administrators, faculty, trustees, and graduates, waiting for the signal to start the processional for this special day’s events, I noticed that everyone around was
A positive spirit characterized the spring meeting of the Trevecca Board of Trustees, and the Board’s actions are very exciting to me because they are indications of incredible opportunities for Trevecca’s future. 1. Trustees unanimously approved the nomination of alumna Holly Whitby as the new dean of enrollment management. Holly has a