Google the phrase “Nashville’s growth,” and you’ll discover a wide range of articles. “Tennessee economic growth outpaces the nation,” heralds a May 2017 headline from the Tennessean. “Nashville’s growth seen as cautionary tale” declares a headline in the Tallahassee Democrat.
Trevecca senior Ingrid Rekedal spent her summer in NYC at the Michael Howard Studio of Acting. From June 26 through August 4, Rekedal learned from the best professionals in the industry. Rekedal, who is majoring in theatre education, says the training was rigorous, but also a lot of fun. She recently talked with us about her experience.
You did it! You made it through your first month of college. How does it feel? What have you learned? If you’ve experienced anything similar to these freshman, you may be able to relate to what they’ve learned.
When Nashville business professionals and city officials gather at Trevecca for Nashville 2020: The Future of our Neighborhood, Trevecca and the surrounding neighborhood will be at the center of the discussion. As the city continues to grow, it’s vital for business owners, professionals and community members to stay informed about what’s happening in their neighborhoods. The October 26 panel discussion and luncheon is designed to do just that.
Life is becoming more digital by the day, and with that comes greater possibilities. One of those possibilities is online learning, which is a game-changer for those who don’t have time to be in the classroom. But with so much of our lives existing behind a screen, it’s important to find ways to make your coursework tangible.
Starting college is an exciting and daunting ordeal for everyone involved. You wonder incessantly about the way things are going to be once you get to college. Will it be worse than you imagined? Or maybe things will be way better than what you’re thinking?
With the fall semester in full swing, Trevecca senior Anna Cypher often finds her thoughts drifting to Jos, Nigeria where she spent her summer. Cypher says the summer was filled with challenges, self-discovery and enjoyment.
Students have been back in class for a few weeks and campus is probably starting to feel a little more like home. For freshmen and first-time college parents, the adjustment to the “new normal” may be getting a little easier, but don’t worry if you’re still feeling a little out-of-sorts. Here are a few tips to help you and your student adjust.
Whether you’re a freshman new to Nashville or a senior returning for your final year, homesickness can hit anyone at any point in time. For some, it might hit at the beginning of the semester when summer is still in the air and time at home isn’t too far away. For others, homesickness might jump out when you least expect it, when the fall air sets in or the sweet tea tastes just like it did at home. Getting homesick can happen to anyone at any time, so here’s a few tips to help if it happens to you.
So, move-in day is finally here. You’ve packed the car, moved everything into the dorm, and now it’s time to say goodbye. Whether it’s your first time or you’re a veteran college parent, leaving your child is never easy. Here are a few tips to help you make the transition a little easier.