Paul Winkler is the president and founder of Paul Winkler, Inc, an investment advisory firm headquartered in Goodlettsville with 10 offices in Middle Tennessee. He has been the host of his long-running radio show “The Investor Coaching Show” for more than 18 years on Supertalk 99.7 WWTN.
A new semester on campus brings more than new beginnings and new classes; it also welcomes new faces. One of those faces is Katelyn Sharpes who recently joined the Center of Student Development as the new director of career services. Working in the Bud Robinson Building, Sharpes is dedicated to connecting students with jobs and helping them feel equipped to transition to life after college.
Finals week has finally crept up from behind the brief reprieve of Thanksgiving break. Students everywhere on campus are scrambling to finish last-minute assignments and studying as hard as possible to keep those GPAs safe.
Sometimes, as we walk the sidewalks of Trevecca’s campus, we forget that this community has been around for more than a century. It was not always on this little hill, but still, the building around us are named after brilliant members of this community that gave Trevecca something to be proud of.
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.
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.
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.
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?