1. Science professor initiating national exam for anatomy and physiology

    Chris Farrell, biology instructor, is working to implement an exam that can be used as external testing of teching in anatomy and physiology.
  2. Communications instructor elected to national steering committee

    David Deese, assistant professor of broadcasting and communication, was elected to the steering committee of the Intercollegiate National Religious Broadcasters.

  3. Storm damages parts of campus

    Storms of 3/9 damaged Trevecca's campus.
  4. Trevecca basketball teams in NAIA tourneys

    Trevecca men's and women's basketball teams will play in their respective NAIA National Tournaments during week of March 13.
  5. Trevecca Symphony Orchestra presents birthday concert

    "Birthday Bash" is the March 16 classical concert presented by the Trevecca Symphony Orchestra.
  6. President Boone participates in Evangelical Call to Action

    Trevecca President Dan Boone joins other evangelical leaders in asking Americans to change those habits that harm the environment.
  7. Trevecca students use spring break to participate in conference on Israel

    Three Trevecca students traveled to Washington, D.C., in order to participate in the American Israel Public Affairs Conference.
  8. Couples prepare for marriage

    The Premarital Workshop will be held March 17 and 18.
  9. Champions Lunch features NBA star

    Champions Lunch features NBA star Charles Davis.
  10. Mark R. Moore, former Trevecca president, dies

    Mark R. Moore, Trevecca president from 1968 to 1979, succumbs to cancer at age 89.