Nonprofit marrow registry to visit campus tomorrow

by Bailey Basham

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Photo provided by Be the Match.

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.

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Freshman starts workout class open to everyone

By Blake Stewart

When Peyton Williams got to college, she realized how hard it can be to find time to exercise.  Her solution? She started a Tabata class that meets weekly on campus.

“When I started my health and wellness class at Trevecca, I realized how hard it was to work-out during college,” she said. “I asked the girls on my floor in the dorms if they worked out, they all said ‘no’ because of their phobias of the gym. I wanted to start an exercise group that was judgement free.”


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Community Conversations discusses body image

By Blake Stewart

For students in college, learning to care for and love their body is important part of their spiritual formation.

A discussion about body image issues, expectations, finding a healthy balance and implementing God into that plan was the focus of Monday’s Community Conversations.

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First Enneagram Workshop Offered this Month

By Blake Stewart

Trevecca students can attend an upcoming workshop to better understand what motivates their behavior.

Trevecca’s Social Work Club on Feb. 16 will be hosting its first Enneagram workshop to educate students on self-awareness.

The workshop will be led by Amanda Grieme Bradley, chair of social and behavioral sciences and assistant professor of psychology and Elizabeth Nunley, assistant professor of social work and director for field experience.


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Urban Farm Brings Market to Campus

By Bailey Basham

Fresh, organic goods produced by the Trevecca Urban Farm can now be purchased at a weekly farm stand on campus.

Fruits, vegetables, jams, soaps and salves all grown and produced on campus are available every Thursday from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. near the bell tower.

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Trevecca students concerned about chemical used on campus

by Montgomery Sparrow

A Trevecca student is calling for a change in use of lawn care chemicals that could be harmful.

Jenna Daughtry, a senior social justice major, is working to raise awareness of the potential danger of using herbicides on campus with the chemical Glyphosate.

Glyphosate is the most widely used herbicide, especially found in the product Round-Up. Glyphosate has been thought to be dangerous for decades, but recent studies bolster the argument that the chemical is harmful. In March 2015, 17 experts from 11 countries deemed glyphosate as “probably carcinogenic to humans.”

“We use it on our campus to get weeds in tree lines and fences,” said Jason Adkins, Environmental Projects Coordinator. “And I feel if we don’t have a campus wide moratorium on these chemicals, it will end up in the places where our students are sitting, in the places where we are growing food to eat, and the places where our bees forage.”

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Don’t panic: End of year academic help available


By Joseph Hutton

The final countdown is on. With less than three weeks left of classes, students juggling papers, final exams and projects can get free help on campus.

The Center for Leadership Service and Calling offers test prep, writing, and tutoring. Tutoring’s main focus is to help those in gen ed classes.

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