Thursday, November 26


Campus News, Coronavirus

Update: Trevecca moves classes online the whole semester

By: Maria Monteros All on-campus classes will be held online for the rest of the semester in response to the growing coronavirus cases in Tennessee. Classes will begin March 23-- not March 18 as initially announced. Matt Toy, associate vice president of marketing and communications, announced the changes on campus schedule on Tuesday after initially extending spring break and moving classes online for March to practice "social distancing," according to the campus-wide email. The email does not indicate whether a student has been tested positive for the coronavirus disease also known as COVID-19. "We realize this is an unprecedented decision in the middle of a moment unlike any other in our nation’s—and our institution’s—history," Toy said in a statement. The anno...
Campus News, Coronavirus

Trevecca extends spring break and moves classes online due to coronavirus concerns

By: Maria Monteros Trevecca will be extending spring break through March 17 amid growing concerns of COVID-19 in the Nashville area. Classes will resume online on March 18-30. Matt Toy, associate vice president of marketing and communications, sent a campus-wide email late Wednesday hours after the World Health Organization officially declares the global coronavirus a pandemic. No student has tested positive for the coronavirus disease. Trevecca joins the list of colleges in the Nashville area to cancel classes in some form along with Belmont and Vanderbilt University. “Our decision regarding face-to-face classes and campus operations has not been quick or easy,” Trevecca President Dan Boone said in the email. “The effort underway nationally is to flatten the curve of contagion that ha...