It’s the end of the semester. You’ve got homework and class projects due. Finals are looming in the distance. But first, before the semester ends in a whirl of activity, tests and papers, you’ve got something to look forward to: Thanksgiving break.
Trevecca’s Homecoming celebration kicks off today, and the University is buzzing with activity and excitement. Campus is adorned with purple decorations, students are making floats for the parade, and alumni and friends of the University are making their way home to the Hill to participate in the festivities.
Although Trevecca Nazarene University might be the place many of us grew up hearing about from our parents or other members of our families, there’s still so much that we don’t know about the place that is now our home.
A week from today, Homecoming will be kicking off. One of our favorite moments of the weekend celebration is the parade. So, we sat down with Trevecca’s sophomore class president, Luis Ortiz, to get all the details of what it’s like to plan the parade.
Students, alumni and friends of the University can expect several new events during this year’s Homecoming celebration. Held every November, Homecoming is always a special occasion for the University.
With the Trevecca Association of Business Professionals’ Nashville 2020: The Future of Our Neighborhood event just a week away, we’d love to introduce you to the panelists. The luncheon is simply a way for members of the Trevecca community to learn more about the factors and decisions that are likely to shape the future of our neighborhood.
Friday Morning at 6 a.m., 11 Trevecca students and faculty loaded up and headed for the 13-hour trek to Orange, Texas, to serve those affected by Hurricane Harvey. Little did we all know, this would be a fall break filled with hours of hard work and sweet memories.
On Oct. 19, Trevecca will reveal the recipient of the Nina Griggs Gunter Servant Leadership scholarship in a special chapel service featuring Shirley V. Hoogstra, president of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU).
Fall break just ended and your freshman decided to go on a trip rather than spend the time at home with you. Phone calls are few and far between, and you’ve resorted to stalking your child’s Instagram feed and sending texts that don’t get answered.