By Katie O’Connell English and creative writing students are getting a chance to work hands-on in a new literary magazine being published by Trevecca’s English department. The new publication, the Cumberland River […]
By Katie Schimmelpfennig News that Trevecca will offer all of its general education courses online this year has students and faculty debating the pros and cons.
By Katie Schimmelpfennig Trevecca students can take classes this summer from the comfort of their own home. All 16 general education courses will be offered online this summer for the first time. […]
Katie Schimmelpfennig Students booking flights for spring break are familiar with Southwest Airlines’ “bags fly free” program to eliminate unexpected fees to their customers. Starting this fall, Trevecca’s bookstore will implement a […]
By Rejane Migliore A $1 meal in the cafeteria is a welcome break from lunch in the car for some commuters. As part of an effort to welcome the 321 commuters on campus […]
By Katie Schimmelpfennig When you turn on the television to watch the Grammy’s this Sunday you just might see a familiar face. Jamie Grace Harper, a former Trevecca student, could win a […]
By Rejane Migliore
By Alexander Hall Bulldozers are moving earth behind the softball field making way for two new tennis courts. Work started just before Thanksgiving on courts that will replace the 40-year-old courts that […]