Today’s post is part of Freshmen 15, a year-long blog series that will explore 15 topics traditional undergraduate students often face during their first year of college. Trevecca students, faculty and staff members will weigh in over the course of the academic year as we examine loneliness, living with roommates and more.
Topics: Freshmen 15
Trevecca’s future is built firmly on its past, detailed in the pages of the TrevEchoes and the Darda, the University’s yearbook. This semi-regular blog series seeks to connect with a few of the students highlighted in those resources and provide an update on their lives. In this installment, we’ll catch up with Billy Byler, listed among the Who’s Who in the 2005 Darda. Check out digitized versions of the TrevEchoes, Darda and other Trevecca publications in the Thrasher Archives.
For some students, summer can be the best time of the year, while for others, it may not be so easy. Miller Folk is a new counselor in Trevecca’s Counseling Center—located in the Smith House—and she gave insight that might help students transition to living at home.