Thursday, October 28

Events

Oliver! takes stage in renovated auditorium
Campus News, Events

Oliver! takes stage in renovated auditorium

By Justin Cockrell On April 1st of this year, the renovations to the McClurkan building were completed, providing one of the most historic buildings at Trevecca with a much needed face lift. Now, for the first time, one of the major upgrades in the building will be under the spotlight as the Trevecca theatre department performs “Oliver!” the inaugural theatrical performance for the new Benson Auditorium. “This play was chosen for the students,” Jeff Frame, associate professor of dramatic arts and communication as well as the director of the play, said. “There are struggles portrayed that I think relate to our own world today.” The play, a musical based on the book “Oliver Twist” by Charles Dickens, is centered around a young orphan named Oliver and his experiences on the streets of 183...
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SGA hosts new winter retreat, ski retreat

For the first time in years, Trevecca students can go on a winter retreat. And the best part: SGA will pay for half of it. Students who haven’t had their fill of snow yet this year, can spend two days skiing at Perfect North Slopes in Lawrenceburg, IN. (more…)
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International club host’s fourth annual Taste the Nations Event

By Shadaye Hunnicutt Singing, dancing and the smells of food from around the world filled TSAC as students, faculty and staff gathered to celebrate the many cultures represented on campus The International Student Association presented its 4th annual Taste the Nations event on Friday, April 23. For the past four years ISAT has hosted the Taste the Nations event as a celebration of international students and their cultures. The event featured songs performed by international students, food from around the world and even dances like the Cameroon Dance. (more…)
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First spelling bee causes buzz at Trevecca

By Katie Schimmelpfennig Heather Millington has $25 to spend on iTunes after being crowned Trevecca Nazarene University’s first spelling bee champion.  Millington, a junior commercial music major, won the spelling bee after out spelling 11 other contestants with the word “entrepreneur” at the hour-long competition held in Tarter Student Activity Center on Tuesday, February 9, 2010.  (more…)
Campus News, Events, Mental Health

Counseling and resident hall directors fire up womens chats

By Shadaye Hunnicutt Sex, non-committal make outs and how to be happy as a single person are among the topics Trevecca women have a chance to ask questions about on a regular basis this year. Fireside Chats, a new program this year, was designed to give female students  a safe place to get advice and ask questions about relationship issues they face as college students. Designed by Amanda Daly, director of  Counseling Services, and women’s RD’s, the series focuses on issues that Daly and the RD’s hear the most about from young women on campus. The four sessions have covered the topics: healthy relationships, non-committal make-outs, being single and the most popular: a question and answer session about sex. (more…)
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SGA: Glow with the Flow is still a go

By Rachel Swann One of Trevecca’s most popular social events will not be canceled this year—it will just be different. Glow with the Flow, a night that included techno music, glow sticks and inflatable bounce games in the past, is still on the calendar. But this year students can expect the inflatables to be gone and new activities still in the works to take their place. Rest assured the spring night designed to help students celebrate the end of the school year will be glowing. (more…)