By Naomi Overby
Madison Bowers, a freshman at Trevecca, applied for an appointment at the counseling center after experiencing major anxiety at the beginning of November and waited for a response.
When an email came in three days later, she opened it to find she’d been waitlisted and provided with self-care tips until they could find a place for her, which didn’t happen until the last day of the month. Continue reading Counseling center works to keep up with increase in requests
By Bailee Ford
SGA will dedicate their all-school gift this year in memory of Ray Thrasher, alumna and former employee who lived on campus since she arrived as a student nearly 60 years ago.
Affectionately referred to as the “Squirrel Lady” by some students, Thrasher was a near-constant presence on Trevecca’s campus since she enrolled in 1969. Continue reading Trevecca community honors Ray Thrasher
By Matthew Parris
Some buildings on campus are still drying out after Nashville received a record 4 inches of rain on Feb. 6.
The Tartar Student Activity Center gym, the Bud Robinson building, and the Tidwell building were all flooded. According to Greg Dawson, captain of university security and director of emergency management. Continue reading Record rainfall hits campus