1. Chapel speaker calls for Christians to "redeem the earth"

    Susan Drake Emmerich, environmentalist, asks chapel listeners to participate in God's redemptive plan by their attention to caring for creation.
  2. "Traveler in the Dark" presented this week

    Performances of Pulitzer Prize-winning dramatist Marsha Norman's "Traveler in the Dark" will be April 20, 21, and 22.
  3. Trevecca classes at Vol State temporarily relocated

    MHR classes offered at Vol State will be temporarily relocated until Vol State reopens its campus following the tornadoes of 4/7.
  4. Alumni can nominate for annual alumni awards

    The Office of Alumni Services invites Trevecca alums to nominate persons to receive the annual Alumni Awards.
  5. College Republicans host two-day Political Awareness and Leadership Sessions with candidates for US Senate seat

    College Republicans host candidates and state Republican leaders on April 6-7 at a new event on campus.
  6. Annual Madrigal dinner

    April 6, 7, and 10 are the nights of the annual Spring Madrigal Dinners.
  7. Trevecca authors honored

    Trevecca Authors' Day, April 3, celebrated the accomplishments of faculty writers.
  8. Trevecca welcomes TNT@TNU

    Trevecca is pleased to welcome young people from the Southeast for the annual TNT@TNU.
  9. Nationally known environmentalist to speak at Treveccaís Stewardship of the Earth Day

    Susan Drake Emmerich, environmentalist and proponent of environmental stewardship, will speak at Trevecca on April 18.
  10. Trevecca chapel services now available for listening online.

    Visitors to this Web site can listen to Trevecca's weekly chapel services by clicking here.