Prior to graduation last year, then-Trevecca senior Joe Hare sat down with us to talk about his future plans, his Trevecca experience and why he chose Trevecca in the first place. Now in medical school at West Virginia University, Joe is well on his way to obtaining his goal of becoming an orthopedic surgeon.
1. What kind of person do you wish to become?
Choose a university that embraces those values and will challenge you to grow and learn personally, academically, socially and spiritually.
The year is quickly coming to a close, and graduation is just around the corner. Are you having trouble finding a gift for that special graduate in your life? Don’t worry! Here’s a list of five things graduates really want.
Deciding on a college is a big decision. Not only will it pave the way for your career, but you’ll also spend several years of your life there. That’s a big commitment. You’ll need to find a place that’s what you’re looking for academically, but also a place where you feel you can make friends and memories while feeling comfortable and at home.
Learn more about the Trevecca students nominated for Associated Press awards and the inspiration behind their stories.
Chapel is a large part of the Trevecca experience, with services twice, sometimes three times a week throughout the University’s history.
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.