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.
Whether you’re a freshman, moving into your dorm room for the first time, or a senior, seasoned at living among your peers, living in a dorm can have its ups and downs no matter how many times you’ve done it. Being an extrovert or an introvert can also make living in a building full of classmates tricky. Here are a few tips to help introverts and extroverts navigate life in the dorm.
Trevecca’s New Student Orientation kicks off on Friday morning, and we can tell you one thing for sure: you’re going to hear the word LINK an awful lot.
It’s right there on the schedule, set from 2:30-4:45 p.m. on Friday: New Student LINK groups. So what exactly are LINK groups and who in the world will you be meeting with?
As we count down the hours until the puck drops tonight for Game 6, Trevecca alumni Chris Mercado, ’02, and Keith Orser, ’01, are already doing their best to keep the energy up and bring home the Stanley Cup.
Topics: Power Play
Trevecca senior, Andrew Preston, is spending his summer working part-time at Tennessee’s largest newspaper, the Tennessean.
Topics: Summer Spotlight
As the excitement around the Stanley Cup grows, so does the energy of the fans, and that makes Demetri Moon’s job as part of the Predator’s Energy Team even more thrilling.
Topics: Power Play
Hair flying, heels left behind, cap falling off and bare feet moving as fast as I could make them across the fresh cut grass of the Quad. This was me, last year, the morning of graduation.