Tuesday, October 3

Tag: bailey basham

Campus News, Events

Nonprofit marrow registry to visit campus tomorrow

by Bailey Basham 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. (more…)
Campus News

Staff wins 10 Associated Press awards

By Staff Reports Five Trevecca students were awarded 10 awards at the annual Associated Press College Career Day and Awards Luncheon. Bailey Basham, TrevEchoes Editor-In-Chief was named the best college newspaper reporter in Tennessee and also received an award for "Best in Show." Andrew Preston, TrevEchoes Sports Editor, received four awards for his coverage of Trevecca sports for the print and online paper. AP Awards awarded to Trevecca students: Best online spot coverage: Olivia Kelley, 3rd place and Andrew Preston, 2nd place Best newspaper feature story: Jess Plyer,  3rd place Best online sports reporting: Andrew Preston, 3rd place Best online sports coverage: Andrew Preston,  2nd place Best newspaper/specialized topic: Jess Plyer and Brooklyn D...
Campus News, Events

Annual 72-Hour Film Festival canceled

by Bailey Basham The 72-Hour Film Festival, an annual event hosted by Trevecca SGA, was canceled this year because of lack of participation. Three of the five groups that were originally registered dropped out, so SGA officials decided not to spend money on prizes, food and drinks, said Laura Beth Winchester, SGA social life director. The two remaining groups made their films before getting word the event, originally scheduled for April 5, was canceled. (more…)
Campus News, Events, Music

Center for Music and Worship Arts celebrates grand opening

By Bailey Basham After more than 14 months of construction, work on the Jackson Center for Music and Worship Arts is complete. The university will celebrate its opening and dedication with a week of concerts in the performance hall. The university closed the $1.4 million real estate deal in Dec. 2015 on the land that formerly belonged to Volunteer Trucking Company and renovations on the existing buildings on the property began soon after. The Jackson Center for Music and Worship arts, named in honor of William R. Jackson’s music-loving mother and daughter, is home to the Department of Music, the Center of Worship Arts and the National Praise and Worship Institute (NPWI). (more…)
Campus News, Faculty

Norm Robinson to retire in December after 25 years at Trevecca

By Bailey Basham Over the course of his career, Norm Robinson was a marine, a police officer for Metro Nashville and the Trevecca director of security. In January, students at Trevecca will begin a new semester without him patrolling campus for the first time in 25 years. Robinson will be retiring in December of this year after being at Trevecca since 1991 when he came to Trevecca as a 40-year-old freshman. (more…)
Campus News

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. (more…)
Campus News, Features

Improv Club Aims to Get a Laugh

By Blake Stewart and Bailey Basham  Abi Larimore walks around the stage in Benson Auditorium, warming up with her friends. The name of the game is one-word story, and the players are other members of the Trevecca Improv Club. Larimore, senior communication studies major, has been involved with the club since her freshman year. (more…)
Campus News, Faculty

First Generation Graduate Hired as Diversity Coordinator

By Bailey Basham When Brodrick Thomas was younger, it was his dream to play football at Auburn. For Thomas, however, getting through school wasn’t easy. “My mom dropped out of junior high school, so she didn’t have any education and didn’t really understand it very much. My dad died when I was in fifth grade, and she had to take on multiple jobs to keep us fed and under shelter. She didn’t have the knowledge to help me, but she was always a strong advocate of education,” said Thomas. “When I first went to college, my mom had no idea of how to help me in any way.”   (more…)
Campus News

Trevecca to highlight local organizations that empower youth through art

By Bailey Basham Nearly 100 ballerinas will be on Trevecca’s campus this weekend. The J.V. Morsch Center for Social Justice will host “The Art of Justice: Using Creativity to Change the World,” a weekend-long celebration to highlight youth organizations in Nashville who use art to do social justice in youth communities. The keynote event will be the Rejoice School of Ballet spring recital. (more…)