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Something to Think About – from Don Hastings

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… more

Remembering Jim Foglesong

Trevecca lost a beloved former professor when Jim Foglesong, the founding director of Trevecca’s Music Business Program, died Tuesday, July 9. Foglesong is known around the world as a Country Music Hall of Famer and groundbreaking music executive who signed Garth Brooks, George Strait, The Oak Ridge Boys and others. Below are… more

A letter from Michael Blankenship

At this year’s Trevecca graduation I saw persons whose dream had come true. Fulfilling those dreams and completing a degree was the result of a dream AND having a team around them, a team of special people—parents, church family, friends, employers, teachers, and others. At Trevecca those teams expanded to include many… more

Dave Matthews Band member Jeff Coffin and M’utet to appear at Trevecca

Internationally known saxophonist, bandleader, composer, and educator, Jeff Coffin and his band M’utet will perform at Trevecca on Tuesday, February 26 at 7 PM with Trevecca’s Lab Band I and TNaz Jazz—Trevecca Jazz Ensemble. Coffin has won three Grammy Awards with Bela Fleck & the Flecktones and has been part of the… more

Inaugural Issue of The Cumberland River Review

The Cumberland River Review Inaugural Issue These are exciting times in the Trevecca English department, a fact that became newly clear to me early this week, when the inaugural issue of The Cumberland River Review, Trevecca’s national literary quarterly, went live.  Launching CRR has been a thrilling experience.  Issue 1.1 features poetry by Lisa Dominguez Abraham, Bruce Bond,… more

Amie’s Miracle for Medical Missions

“Last week, I thought I wasn’t going to be able to come to Trevecca, but God has provided in an awesome way,” Amie* relayed to me when I called her the week before classes started. As coordinator for the first year of the Physician Assistant Program, I phone students the week before… more

Beginnings

President Dan Boone on New School Year Every August reminds me of beginnings. My “beginning” happened in August. I’ve had 60 reminders of that birthday. I remember a few and have forgotten the rest. One of the most memorable was courtesy of a loving wife, a convertible Mustang, the Beach Boys, and some good friends. I wrote about my… more

God’s Not Dead, or, What I Did This Summer

Do you remember back in the day when your teacher would ask you to write a paper on what you had done that summer? I used to hate those assignments. What had seemed like wondrous moments of freedom, boundless joy, rest and relaxation always looked like a total waste of time when spelled out… more