Nashville

Urban farm featured on local news

Trevecca’s urban farm was the subject of a segment on Nashville’s NewsChannel5, the CBS affiliate, last night (Dec. 18). Jason Adkins, manager of the farm, was featured along with several of the university’s 28 miniature fainting goats, who were in the process of clearing an overgrown vacant lot in the []

Student Life, Nashville

Christmas means music at Trevecca

The arrival of the Christmas season at Trevecca is always accompanied by a melody—lovely music presented by university music ensembles. This year the music began on the afternoon of November 24, when the Trevecca PR group Redeemed and the Trevecca Saxophone Ensemble performed at the Lighting of the Greens event []

Student Life

Students’ clean water project wins contest

Earlier this week (Dec. 18) Nazarene Compassionate Ministries named Trevecca’s J. V. Morsch Center for the winner in that organization’s Water Challenge, a competition for students of Nazarene colleges to develop projects for providing clean water for those who need it. As the first-place winner, the Morsch Center will receive []

Student Life, Nashville

Trevecca students participate in CMA Country Christmas

Fifteen Trevecca students were the back-up group for country musician Sara Evans when she sang “Go Tell It on a Mountain” during the CMA Country Christmas Special, aired on ABC on December 1. The students were directed by Marvin Jones, adjunct music instructor and director of the Trevecca Gospel Choir. []

Athletics

Trevecca named finalist in NCAA contest

“One Shining Memory” is the story of Lynn, a quadriplegic, and the two Trevecca athletes who made it possible for Lynn to participate in a challenge 5K race. []

Trevecca offers new certificate in Leadership and Cultural Change

Trevecca now offers a new certificate program. The Leadership and Cultural Change Certificate Program was designed to provide professional development for businesses and organizations with the purpose of enhancing leadership skills, inspiring strategic thought, and creating a healthy and vibrant organizational culture.The Leadership and Cultural Change Certificate, a four-course sequence []

Nashville

Trevecca tolls bell for historic Battle of Nashville

Bells across the city including Trevecca’s Reed Memorial Tower will toll to remind residents of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War’s Battle of Nashville. []

Athletics, Student Life

Two female athletes push their paralyzed friend in 3-mile race

For two Trevecca female athletes, the TNU Challenge Fun Run was not challenging enough. Allison Boe and Lindsey Stephens ran the race while pushing their friend, Lynn, in a wheelchair. Since 2008, Lynn, age 68, has been a C1/C2 quadriplegic. On Christmas Day of that year as she and her family []

Social Work Program earns accreditation

This week (Nov. 21) the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) informed Ron Maurer, director of Trevecca’s Social Work Program, that the program had earned accreditation, ending that program’s four-year application process. In 2010 the social work faculty submitted its application for accreditation to the CSWE, the only accrediting agency []

Dwight Gunter—New chair of Trevecca Board of Trustees

When the Trevecca Board of Trustees met for its annual fall meeting, one of the items of business on the agenda was the election of a new chairman. The term of current chair Charles Davis expired this fall and required the election of a new chair. Dwight Gunter, the Board’s []

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