Monday, September 21

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Annual Hall of Fame induction, TROJY Awards Show set for Wednesday

By Andrew Preston For the second consecutive year, the Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony will be held during the spring semester with the 2nd annual TROJY Awards Show immediately following. The athletic department sponsored event has modeled their end-of-the-year award ceremony for Trojan athletes after the popular ESPY Award (Excellence in Sports Yearly) show produced by major broadcast television network, ABC. “Our goal is to overlap the old, with the new,” said Athletic Director, Mark Elliott. “Last year was our first time hosting the TROJYs and also the first time hosting the Hall of Fame induction in the spring.” (more…)
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Nonprofit marrow registry to visit campus tomorrow

by Bailey Basham When Sam Green was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia in Sept. 2009, he was told his chances of survival were slim. Nearly eight years later, Green is working as director of the center of worship arts because of a stem cell transplant from a match in his family. Be the Match, a nonprofit operated by the National Marrow Donor Program to provide transplants to those diagnosed with blood cancers, will host a marrow drive in Jernigan lobby tomorrow. (more…)
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Staff wins 10 Associated Press awards

By Staff Reports Five Trevecca students were awarded 10 awards at the annual Associated Press College Career Day and Awards Luncheon. Bailey Basham, TrevEchoes Editor-In-Chief was named the best college newspaper reporter in Tennessee and also received an award for "Best in Show." Andrew Preston, TrevEchoes Sports Editor, received four awards for his coverage of Trevecca sports for the print and online paper. AP Awards awarded to Trevecca students: Best online spot coverage: Olivia Kelley, 3rd place and Andrew Preston, 2nd place Best newspaper feature story: Jess Plyer,  3rd place Best online sports reporting: Andrew Preston, 3rd place Best online sports coverage: Andrew Preston,  2nd place Best newspaper/specialized topic: Jess Plyer and Brooklyn Dance 1st place Best online in...
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Trevecca leaders to meet with members of the Napier and Chestnut Hill community

by Olivia Kelley Tomorrow, Trevecca faculty and students will be heading to Napier Community Center to meet with leaders and community members from Napier and Chestnut Hill in what is being called the Trevecca Community Initiative. The idea for the Initiative came from senior social work major Jessica Kyle after she chose to move off campus to live in the Napier community. “I originally got the idea in a class that talks a lot about community development and awareness and Trevecca’s own community awareness,” she said. “I was tired of sitting in class and talking about these things. I wanted to get out and talk with some people about it.” The first part of the day will be a meeting between the leadership teams from Trevecca, Napier, and Chestnut Hill to talk about what needs the...
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Holy week services planned on campus

by Hannah Pollok Though campus will shut down for Easter Break late this week, there will be several opportunities for students to participate in Holy Week activities before leaving for break. Holy Week, which beings Sunday with Palm Sunday and ends on Easter Sunday, includes Maundy Thursday and Good Friday. The chaplain’s office has several events and services planned for the first part of the week. (more…)
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Taste the Nations celebrates 10-year anniversary tonight in TSAC

by Blake Stewart Trevecca’s international club Namaste will host its ten-year anniversary of the club’s yearly event, Taste the Nations. The event will take place in TSAC, Friday April 7 at 7 p.m. with a $2 charge. All proceeds go toward the international student emergency fund. The fund provides assistance with food and other essential items for international students that are not able to travel home during breaks and holidays. (more…)
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Job Fair this Friday

By Princess Jones Students will have an opportunity to secure summer jobs and internships with the upcoming Job Fair this week. The on-campus Job Fair, scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. through 12 p.m. is happening in TSAC on April 7, will provide students a chance to meet with on and off campus employers for jobs and internships. (more…)
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Annual 72-Hour Film Festival canceled

by Bailey Basham The 72-Hour Film Festival, an annual event hosted by Trevecca SGA, was canceled this year because of lack of participation. Three of the five groups that were originally registered dropped out, so SGA officials decided not to spend money on prizes, food and drinks, said Laura Beth Winchester, SGA social life director. The two remaining groups made their films before getting word the event, originally scheduled for April 5, was canceled. (more…)
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Trojans golf team to host first ever NCAA regional tournament

By Andrew Preston For the first time in school history, the Trevecca men’s golf team will host a NCAA Midwest Regional tournament. The tournament, dubbed the “Nashville Music City Regional,” will include more than 100 golfers from 24 different teams with the event tentatively scheduled to take place April 3 and 4 at the Generals Retreat Course at the Hermitage Golf Course. “This is one of five NCAA Regional tournaments throughout the year,” said director of golf, David Head. “This is a big deal not only for Trevecca, but for Nashville. We’re excited for it.” The men’s golf team competes annually in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference (G-MAC), but also, on a larger scale, in the Midwest Region. “We are the southernmost school (by about 125 miles) in our region, Kentucky Wes...