By Tyler Whetstone Every semester students are graded on how well they complete a course. If the student studies well and attendes class more times than not, the student passes the course. […]
By Tyler Whetstone “Invest in the millennium. Plant sequoias.” – Wendell Berry, Manifesto: The Mad Farmer Liberation Front President Dan Boone quoted Berry two years ago when he began to have serious […]
By Jordan Nicole Taylor
By Tyler Comer Trevecca athletes will face new opponents next year as the school transitions to a new Division II conference. Part of becoming a Division II school has meant finding a […]
By Alex Hall College students could soon be paying double the interest rates for the federal subsidized student loans. The rate for federal subsidized loans is set to return to its previous […]
By Katie Schimmelpfennig Trevecca students will be required to rent their textbooks from the private company that manages the bookstore—but not until fall of 2013.
Executive Vice President for Finance and Administration David Caldwell sent a letter regarding “Books Fly Free” to all students and faculty. David Caldwell, Dear Students & Faculty, As most of you no […]
A “note” posted on Trevecca’s Student Government Association’s Facebook Wall To Whom It May Concern: On February 13, 2012, the Student Government Association (SGA) of Trevecca Nazarene University voted to support a […]
By Jordan Nicole Taylor Trevecca’s 72-hour short film festival winner “Bigfoot on Campus” smashed through the theater, leaving audiences roaring with approval.
ASB officer bios Name: Kristin Lester Position: Director of Student Services Age: 20 Major: Applied Mathematics Hometown: Tulsa, OK How should students contact you? The best way to contact me would probably […]