By Kayla Williamson Around one-third of African American students who start college at Trevecca end up graduating from the university, compared to 57 percent of
By Joshua Michel It has been 20 years since Kathy Mowry, professor of intercultural studies and Christian education, and her husband Jon were missionaries in
By Maddux Reid The Trevecca softball and baseball teams are hitting the ground running for the 2019 season. In their first weekends of play, baseball
By Naomi Overby Ellie Schut, a sophomore at Trevecca, has a permanent display of her love for the Enneagram—a tattoo of the three-part figure that
By Audrey Yawn The Namaste club is canceling “Taste the Nations” for the first time in 13 years because of short planning times and lack
By Kayla Williamson When Lal Zundei was a junior at a Nashville high school she decided to join the YMCA Black and Latino Achievers program.